Pete Davidson's days at "Saturday Night Live" might be coming to an end … then again, maybe not.
While chatting with Gold Derby, the comedian touched on speculation — much of which he's been fueling — that claims he's planning to step away from the sketch show after seven years.
"I don't know what the plan is," Pete, 27, said. "Everything's kind of up in the air right now just depending on scheduling."
The "King of Staten Island" star has previously hinted that he was done with the NBC staple, saying that Season 46 was "really emotional," as it was the final year of his "SNL" contract.
"It is my seventh year, and that's usually what the contract's usually for, so it was really emotional," he said. "I worked with these guys for a fourth of my life, and I started there with acne and left with tattoos, and it was just, like, a very crazy, long period of time."
"I wasn't ready for the season to end yet because I was really having so much fun," he continued. "Just watching it go from one-third of an audience to [one-half] … and the last show was a full audience for the first time, just hearing that laugh, that full room laugh … I was just so emotional."
In May, Pete noted during a roundtable for The Hollywood Reporter that he was "ready to hang up the jersey" in referring to his "SNL" gig. Only further adding to the rumor mill, during Pete's final "Weekend Update" segment of the most recent season, he said, "I'm very grateful to be here, and it's been an honor to grow up in front of you guys."