The Sherlock star told Assignment X that she would be happy to work with the writer on Doctor Who.
"We haven't spoken about Doctor Who at all," she clarified. "I think they are very separate entities for Steven, and I think he puts on very different hats."
However, Pulver added: "I love working with him, and if we found another project to work together on - whether it is Doctor Who or another season of Sherlock - then I'm sure we'd want to work together again."
The actress - who has also appeared on HBO's True Blood - told Digital Spy in December that she was keen to reunite with Moffat and his Sherlock co-creator Mark Gatiss.
"It would be a privilege to work with Steven, Mark and the entire team [again] on this project, and on other projects," she said.
The second series of Sherlock concluded on Sunday, January 15, pulling in 7.9m for BBC One. A third run is expected to follow in 2013.
Doctor Who will return to BBC One in late 2012.
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Watch Lara Pulver in Sherlock below: