However, the singer also told the Evening Standard that it was unlikely he would reunite with his brother Luke and former bandmate Craig Logan because they are all currently working on different projects.
Matt moved to the US a decade ago and recently signed a three-year deal to keep him performing at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas.
"The way I feel is that I personally would love to reunite with my brother, and if Craig was cool, then great," he said.
"But Luke is making movies now and Craig is running a record company. It's becoming less and less important when I'm getting to connect with audiences every week in Vegas. It's becoming less and less desirable."
Matt added: "I love my country and I'm a proud Londoner but I think people had a big issue with me in the UK with the whole Bros thing. And I get it, I'm okay with it. But my life is so different now from just being an ex-Bros singer.
"I still look back on those days and love the experience. We needed police escorts, helicopters followed us around. It was an outrageous moment. It's one of those periods where I can't be anything but proud. It will never leave my bloodstream."
Matt plays a one-off show at the Royal Albert Hall on October 19.