Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson has hinted that the much celebrated 'Giants' might be returning to the streets of Liverpool.
According to the Liverpool Echo Mr Anderson said he was holding talks with Jean Luc Courcoult, the director of Royal de Luxe, the French theatre company that created the giant marionettes.
The hugely successful giants have already come twice to Liverpool, first in 2012 to commemorate the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic and again in 2014 for the 100th anniversary of the start of World War One.
It is thought that their return may be planed for 2016 to celebrate the 100 years since the battle of the Somme.
The Giants have been a huge boost to Liverpool's economy, it is thought that their visit in 2014 generated close to £50m.
The people of Liverpool have said goodbye to the giants.
Grandma, the little girl and her dog have enthralled the city for the last 3 days.
Merseyside Police has thanked the hundreds of thousands of people who have been in Liverpool for the five days of the Giants event. Thousands of visitors and local people have turned out to see the return of the Little Girl Giant and her dog Xolo, along with the new Grandmother Giant. They finally left on a boat down the River Mersey this lunchtime..