British pop band Steps are considering a comeback, according to former star Lee Latchford-evans. The singer, who was recently sacked from MTV supergroup UPPER STREET, is desperate to revive his flagging career and hints his ex-bandmates may help him find chart success again. The BETTER BEST FORGOTTEN hitmakers split in 2001 but, following a recent explosion of pop reunions in the UK, Latchford-Evans is confident they can make a comeback too. He tells MTV, "You shouldn't rule out a Steps comeback. I know FIVE are doing it, and we were the biggest pop act in the UK at the time, so why not. "I'm not sure about a new career and new albums, but as for a tour or whatever, why not? I don't think any of us would rule it out but it'd have to be right time. I'd love to do some of it as Steps was then and some of it as Steps moving on. Like an acoustic version of Steps or whatever." As well as Latchford-Evans, Steps comprised Claire Richards, Faye Tozer, IAN 'H' WATKINS and LISA SCOTT-LEE.