The QI star was at the National Television Awards to pick up the award for 'Best Comedy Panel Show'.
While there, Davies discussed the upcoming 90-minute Jonathan Creek special, and suggested that a new series could still happen.
The comedian told DS: "I don't know about more episodes, but [creator] David Renwick's got a twinkle in his eye and I think he's enjoying getting back to it. While BBC One's keen on it, maybe we'll do more. "
He added: "This one's a really good one, it's a really good mystery - there's a body in a locked room and it's impossible to fathom - and then there's all kinds of weird corruption stories. You don't know what's going on, and who to trust."
Davies also confirmed the involvement of actors Joanna Lumley, Rik Mayall and Sheridan Smith for the new special, saying that the show is "doing well for actors".
On being crowned winners of the publicly voted NTA, Davies joked that QI won "because Keith Lemon was not in the category this year".
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