Allan Langer is eyeing off another rugby league comeback.
But not with the Broncos but instead with the Caloundra Shark's, coached by his brother Kevin.
Kevin said he will pull on the boots again if his famous brother comes out of retirement.
"Allan said he'd be involved with the coaching (of the Sharks) and might have a run," Kevin Langer said, who retired at the end of 2001.
"I don't know if he was joshing about it or not but if he comes back, I'll come back."
Kevin is 40 while Allan is 36.
Although they've never played together in the same team the 2 brothers have opposed each other.
"I think he's keen to be part of it next year and playing together would be great."
Allan Langer retired at the end of season 2002 after making comebacks for Queensland and the Brisbane Broncos.
He's currently training with Broncos fitness expert Mark "Chopper" Burgess and would easily handle the level of competition.
He played for Australia from 1988-1999, for Queensland from 1987-2002 and for the Brisbane Broncos 1988-2002 tallying up 258 first grade games in the no.7 jumper.