LONDON (AFP) - Pop star Robbie Williams said he is ready to rejoin 1990s British boyband sensation Take That, a newspaper reported Friday. "I'm in regular contact with them and it's looking more likely by the week. The lads all seem up for it. I think it would be fun," he told the Sun. Williams quit the group in 1995 to launch a solo career, sparking a major feud with the other bandmates that lasted most of the next decade. Take That re-formed without Williams in 2005 and have revived some of their old success. Last year he announced they had all been playing together - but said he still had things to achieve on his own before an official reunion. Williams told the Sun, however, that the group could get back together within months, saying: "Let's see what happens, but my head's in the right place, so the timing could be right if (bandmate) Gary (Barlow) calls." Take That would be following a well-trodden path if they get back together, after a surge of nostalgia comebacks including the Spice Girls, the Police, the Sex Pistols, Blur, Spandau Ballet and Led Zeppelin.