Martin Compston has sparked rumours Line of Duty might be coming back for a seventh series.

The Greenock-born actor hinted that a new season of the hit BBC cop drama could be on the horizon after he tweeted a picture of himself, Adrian Dunbar, Vicky McClure and writer Jed Mercurio out together.

Compston posted the pic along with the caption: “Talking tattoo designs”.

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The caption could be a nod to the agreement he and his fellow co-stars made to get AC-12 tattoos if the show ever reached 12 million viewers – which it did after the season finale was watched by 12.8 million people.

On the tweet, one fan replied: “New LOD script under the menus?”

A second wrote: “Mother of god, you’d better be talking new series plots/plot twists while you’re there!!!”

“Yass new season on the menu”, a third jumped in.

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And a fourth wrote: “Definitely a new LOD being discussed. My bet the storyline will be about corrupt cops working for a corrupt government.”

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