Rob Mills, who plays Finn Kelly, has been dropping hints about his character's future
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, the 34-year-old actor revealed that his character does depart from the Australian soap at some point.
Rob teased: “All I can say is that I’m not working on Neighbours at the moment, so something happens [to Finn]!
“He will get a victory but it will be short lived… There’s still hope for Finn redeeming himself.
“By the end of his time in Erinsborough you should definitely feel sorry for him; I think that’s what makes a good villain or destructive character,” he added.
Mills plays the trouble-maker teacher in the Aussie soap
Elly accidentally pushed Finn when they argued in a March episode of the show
He will get a victory but it will be short lived… There’s still hope for Finn redeeming himself
Whilst it is currently unknown how evil Finn will leave the show, the actor did suggest that the teacher won’t die as might have been initially thought.
When asked if he would go back, Rob revealed: “Oh yes, in a heartbeat… There’s definite talk about it.”
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This comes after yesterday’s dramatic instalment of Neighbours which saw Finn declare his feelings for schoolgirl Xanthe (played by Lilly Van Der Meer).
Although the storyline has spurned some controversy over their inappropriate relationship, Rob admits that it is not as it might seem on face value.
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Mills promises there will be consequences for Finn's actions
He explained: “It’s not sexually inappropriate, but professionally inappropriate for sure.
“He’s using her to keep [his brain aneurysm] a secret, but she catches on to him.
“I honestly think with Finn that there was no agenda there, but when he saw a fork in the road about whether to tell this person yes or no, he saw a vulnerability and thought, ‘Yes, I could use that’,” Rob finished.
Neighbours airs weekdays on Channel 5 at 1.45pm.