“Legends of Tomorrow” actor Dominic Purcell previously said that there’s always a possibility that Leonard Snart’s (Wentworth Miller) return will send his character, Mick Rory, back to his bad old ways. And since Leonard is set to join to the Legion of Doom, it won’t be a surprise if the cold gun-wielding bandit brings his old partner to the villainous group with him. But will the leader of the baddies, Eobard Thawne (Matt Letscher), see Mick as a valuable addition to the team if that ends up happening?

Collider asked that question to Letscher during a recent interview, and the actor said that he doesn’t think Eobard sees a lot of potential in Mick.

“I think Thawne evaluates people based on what he perceives to be their usefulness, and Mick is useful in his savagery, I guess,” Letscher told the website. “There’s always something he can harness from somebody. But, I think it’s unlikely he sees a whole lot in what somebody like Mick Rory has to offer.”

Details about Snart’s impending return are very limited, but Miller told Entertainment Weekly at the Television Critics Association’s press tour earlier this month that he thinks the Season 2 version of Snart is a “straight up villain.”

“[I think] he hasn’t gone on that first season ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ journey yet,” the 44-year-old actor said of the potential version of Snart that is about to debut on the show. “So when we meet him again — quote unquote alive in 2017 — I imagine that he’s going to be much like when we first met him the first season on ‘The Flash,’ which I’m looking forward to, because it means I get to arc to a completely different place.”

An all new-episode of “Legends of Tomorrow” airs on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 9 p.m. EST on The CW. Check out the synopsis and trailer for Season 2, episode 10, titled “Legion of Doom,” below:

“The Legends are determined to find and rescue Rip (Arthur Darvill), but first must focus on locating the Spear of Destiny.  Stein (Victor Garber) thinks he has the perfect person to help but knows involving her will be risky. Meanwhile, Malcom Merlyn (John Barrowman) and Damien Darhk (Neal McDonough) realize that Thawne is pitting them against each other.”