The Hobbit filmmaker went public with his desire to work on Doctor Who last autumn, revealing at the time that he is a "huge fan" of current Doctor Matt Smith.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Jackson disclosed that he met with Doctor Who showrunner Steven Moffat about overseeing a future instalment of the series.
"They don't even have to pay me," Jackson joked, adding: "I have got my eye on one of those nice new gold-coloured Daleks. They must have a spare one!"
Doctor Who producer Moffat remained coy on if Jackson could actually be paid with a Dalek, but did stress that he is open to working with the Oscar-winning director.
"We're theoretically on board for anything… provided we've got a great story," Moffat teased.
Jackson has spoken openly about his life-long love of Doctor Who throughout his career, and even cast the Seventh Doctor actor Sylvester McCoy as Radagast the Brown in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
Doctor Who will celebrate its 50th anniversary later this year with a special episode in November and a docudrama about the show's beginnings.
The series returns for the second half of its seventh series on BBC One and BBC America on Saturday, March 30 with the new episode 'The Bells of St John'.
Watch a trailer for the new Doctor Who episodes below: