The actor, who played Wicket the Ewok in Return of the Jedi, said that he would still love to be part of the new films.
He said on The Jonathan Ross show: "I haven't been asked. I was delighted to hear they're doing some more.
"I'm not overly keen to jump in those furry feet again, but would like to be part of it."
Davis added: "I'd love a light sabre this time, who doesn't want a light sabre? I think a darker character, someone on the dark side would be interesting. When you're an actor, the baddies are the ones people remember."
He said: "I'm not very adventurous when it comes to travel, but for the show we got to go to India, »
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