Daniel Radcliffe is glad the Harry Potter books and films have come to an end, because the boy wizard's story finished in a ''perfect way''.
The 21-year-old actor has starred as the boy wizard in all eight movies in the series - most recently 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2', the second part of the adaptation of J.K. Rowling's seventh book - but hopes the author doesn't write anymore sequels as he thinks the franchise has finished at the right time.
He said: "I'm the only person in the world that doesn't want there to be an eighth 'Harry Potter' book.
"Believe me, I've given 10 years - I can! I think it's been an amazing 10 years and I would be quite happy for it to finish at this point because the stories were rounded off in such a succinct and perfect way."
Despite his reluctance to return to the franchise, Daniel will always be "proud" of his work on the movie series.
He told Britain's Star magazine: "Every opportunity I will get for the rest of my life, I would not have got if it wasn't for Harry Potter. It would be the height of ingratitude if I was ever anything but proud to be associated with these films."