Speaking to The Sun, Healy said: "This year I would love to do something with the girls again. I feel like the time is right."
She also put the urge to return to the band down to her interest in crystals: "I’ve just got into crystals. I have one to look for love and another one which is supposed to protect you against negative energy."
Mollie King also recently expressed interest in a reunion, saying: "I’m somebody that never says never, I absolutely, hand on heart, loved every single minute with the girls.To have gone through that experience with them, I feel like the luckiest girl. It massively depends on everybody’s schedules, where everybody’s at."
Healy is the only member of The Saturdays to release a solo album with The Waiting Game coming out in 2017 but the project only charted at 28 in the UK and received mixed reviews.
She has since branched out into TV work which has seen her appear as a judge on the Irish version of The Voice and present The 6 O'Clock Show for RTE in Ireland.
After being formed in 2007, The Saturdays went on to sell over 5 million records and have a number one single with What About Us which featured Sean Paul.
What About Us sold over half a million copies in the UK, eventually going platinum.
Watch below: Una Healy talks about meeting Rochelle and Mollie at The Saturdays audition