“The Great British Bake Off” host Noel Fielding has strongly hinted that he’ll be returning to his oddball alt-comedy roots with the BBC and Adult Swim show “The Mighty Boosh.” The news comes from an Instagram post he made Wednesday.

The post showed him and his “The Mighty Boosh” co-star Julian Barratt standing next to each other in a photo. The caption reads: “There really wasn’t enough Boosh this decade! let’s try and rectify that in the next one.”

Fans took to the comments to express their excitement for the potential reunion. While it doesn’t appear to be an official announcement but rather a hopeful post, fans made it clear they wanted to see a return of the show in the comments section.

The series, which first premiered in 2004, featured Fielding and Barratt as Vince Noir and Howard Moon, respectively, characters who move from working as zookeepers to unemployed bandmates to working in a magic shop. The story is a loosely connected fantasy comedy that takes the characters into some surrealistic situations. Arguably the most popular of these episodes, “The Legend of Old Gregg,” has spawned a decade worth of memes based on the character.

Before it was a TV show, “The Mighty Boosh” was a live stage performance and sketch comedy, led by Barratt and Fielding.

The two stars and creators of the show have both been busy in their own rights in recent years, with Fielding co-hosting the newest seasons of “The Great British Bake Off” and Barratt starring in shows like “Mindhorn” and “Flowers,” as well as making a dramatic guest appearance on the latest season of “Killing Eve.”

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Noel Fielding (R) and Julian Barratt of The Mighty Boosh meet fans at The Apple Store on Regents Street on April 7, 2010, in London. Samir Hussein/Getty Images