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Martin Compston teases Line of Duty's future as he calls for EastEnders star to join cast

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Line of Duty star Martin Compston has expressed his desire for fellow actor Danny Dyer to join the show. In a candid chat with the Mirror, the Steve Arnott portrayer disclosed that while there are currently no definite plans to revive their beloved characters, if the popular BBC series were to swing back into action, he thinks 46 year old Danny would be a fabulous choice.

Ahead of facing off against the former EastEnder in Soccer Aid, Martin gushed about Danny, he said: "[Danny] would be a great shout [as a 'bent copper' on the show].

Danny is something else, honestly, he is one of our treasures. He is a wonderful actor - it would be good to see [him] in there." The Scotsman has been on Soccer Aid's roster since 2014, teaming up with a host of household names on the pitch each year to raise funds for UNICEF UK.

Regarding his involvement in the star-studded event and the impact it's had on him, Martin revealed: "I do love it, when I started, for me it was about being able to play in these incredible stadiums and meet the icons of the game.

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