The 35-year-old star hasn`t discussed with her former bandmates - Victoria Beckham, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Mel C - the possibility of taking to the stage again but thinks they should get back together to make new music.
She said: "I`d love to get back with the SpiceGirls.
"I`ve always championed more SpiceGirls concerts, DVDs and music. But we haven`t had that conversation as a group yet and I can`t speak on everyone`s behalf."
In the meantime, Mel is focused on bringing the SpiceGirls musical, `Viva Forever`, to the stage, but is remaining tight-lipped about the exact nature of the show.
She added: "Right now, we`re all talking about the musical `Viva Forever`, which is coming out next year. I`m not allowed to say anything about it yet though."
The SpiceGirls first split in 1998 following the departure of Geri. They reunited as a five-piece in 2007 but their world tour came to a sudden end the following year, with many proposed shows scrapped.