The actor, who left the show after the first season, said he is optimistic that the writers might come up with a scenario that would allow him to reprise the role.
"You know, with Heroes, there's always the chance of going back on," Cabrera told DS.
"You never know. They're doing the third season now, but anything can happen on that show, so I might come back."
He continued: "I keep in touch with people from the show and visited the set while they were filming the new season.
"It was surreal to go back and see everyone again. Issac's loft is still there, so when they were filming there it was strange. It felt like I'd never left."
Cabrera is playing for the Rest Of The World team at Sunday's UNICEF Soccer Aid event at Wembley. The match airs on ITV at 6pm.
Speaking about his football skills, Cabrera said: "I grew up playing all my life in Chile. In South America, even if you can't play, you play.
"I started playing semi-pro for a few years, but then I started to get into acting. Now I just play for fun."