Britney Spears could reportedly begin making her first new music in six years in the near future.
Late last year the 40-year-old was finally freed from her controversial conservatorship, which had seen her father control most of her financial and personal affairs for the prior 14 years.
According to The Sun, Spears now feels well enough to return to the recording studio and her team have started contacting potential collaborators.
"It is very early days and Britney isn't putting any pressure on herself to release an album right away or anything, but her team are putting feelers out about the prospect of new music," a source told the newspaper.
"Several people who she feels comfortable working with have been contacted and asked if they would like to work on music with Britney again and everyone seems pretty keen to be involved.
"She has been through an incredibly tough few years but deep down she does love making music and performing so to have some new music out there could really help her turn over a new leaf."
Britney released her ninth studio album, Glory, in 2016.