The actor's sinister character appeared on the BBC soap in February and March, playing a key role in Whitney Dean's sexual exploitation storyline as he used her for his own financial gain.
In an interview with OK magazine, Latham spoke of how much he enjoyed his time in Walford and the experience of playing a bad guy.
He explained: "I always say it's better to play the bad guy - everyone remembers the bad guy. They get the best endings.
"I had an absolutely great time on EastEnders. It was a breath of fresh air. Everyone was laid back and everybody gets on so well. It's very friendly."
Discussing the possibility of a future comeback for Rob, he added: "Judging from the way it was left, the door is wide open, so you never know. I would love to come back and cause some trouble."
Latham recently admitted that he shed tears after meeting real-life prostitutes to research Whitney and Rob's dark plotline.
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