Mason, the only member to remain in the group since its formation in 1965, described David Gilmour and Roger Waters's reunion on stage at the O2 last month as "terrific", saying that he hopes it will pave the way for a more permanent comeback.
However, the drummer conceded that there are currently no discussions for the group to reform.
Mason told Billboard: "There are no plans now. The long and short of it is, I live in hope. I'd love to actually do something together again.
"All of us are open to invitations to do things; the only thing that would drive it would be some sense that...there's some particularly good reason to do it together rather than separately.
"Perhaps we're getting a bit older and more appreciative of just how much it can mean to our fanbase to see us together. I think we just have to wait and see."
Pink Floyd will release remastered versions of their entire back catalogue later this year after signing a new five-year deal with EMI.
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