The actor, who played Samantha Jones's (Kim Cattrall) boyfriend Smith Jerrod, told Pop Sugar that he would be open to reprising the role on the big screen.
When asked if he would be appearing in the highly-anticipated sequel, he replied: "[There's] a good chance, yeah."
He went on to say that he saw his female co-stars "out every now and then" and also offered his congratulations to Sarah Jessica Parker on the impending birth of her surrogate twin daughters.
"She's a really neat lady. She's obviously prolific in what she's done - she's successful - but when she brought the kid to the set, mum would come on. She's very sweet with children, you can see that joy and innocence come out of her."
Sex And The City 2 is scheduled for release in May 2010. All four main cast members, as well as Chris Noth (Mr Big), David Eigenberg (Steve Brady) and Evan Handler (Harry Goldenblatt) have confirmed that they will be returning.