Emmerdale star Jeff Hordley has hinted that fans have not seen the end of his character, Cain Dingle's, nasty side.
Cain has seemed to calm in recent months as he continues to recover from his father's brutal attack on him.
Hordley told Soaplife: "He's gone into his shell a bit because of everything that's happened to him over the last year, but I'm sure he'll come out of it and start doing nasty things again.
"I hope so anyway, because it's fun playing a bad lad. But it's also good playing a softer, gentler side - that's probably a bit more like me."
Viewers will see Cain come to his father's rescue after Zak wanders on the moors and ends up in danger.
However, Hordley has warned that the pair are unlikely to settle their differences any time soon.
He said: "Cain told Zak and Lisa that while he would always keep up appearances in front of the family, his relationship with them was over because of Zak's attack on him.
"Going up on the moors is a massive thing for him to do, but I'm not 100% sure it will change things. You can't forget something like that."
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