If, like about half of the population of the planet, you've wanted to get your hands on your very own Baby Yoda then you're in luck, because Lego has got your back with its new set.
Lego's brand-new The Child kit will let you create a 7.5 inch Baby Yoda with posable head, ears and mouth. What more can you ask for, eh?
The set contains 1,073 pieces and even comes with its own information sign and The Child Lego mini figure to round off your display. Most importantly, it's very, very bloody cute.
The sets, which are suitable for Star Wars fans aged 10 and over, go on sale on 30 October and cost £69.99 ($90) - you can find out more here.
A description for the item reads: "Turn the cuteness factor up to the max with this Lego Star Wars The Child (75318) build-and-display model.
"Authentic details of this popular character, affectionately known as Baby Yoda, are recreated in Lego style, with posable head, ears and mouth for different expressions, plus the Child's favourite toy - a gearshift knob (element included) - for it to hold just like it does in Star Wars: The Mandalorian."
The Lego set's release date cleverly coincides with the launch of the second season of The Mandalorian.
As yet we don't know much about the upcoming episodes, but Mandalorian actor Pedro Pascal has promised fans it's going to be quite special.
As well as teasing some 'pretty mind blowing things' he added: "I think expectations will be exceeded. [Our] love of Star Wars will be injected with steroids." Well, that sounds good doesn't it?
Meanwhile The Mandalorian showrunner Jon Favreau has also raised fans' expectations.
He told Entertainment Weekly: "The new season is about introducing a larger story in the world. The stories become less isolated, yet each episode has its own flavour, and hopefully we're bringing a lot more scope to the show.
"As we introduce other characters, there are opportunities to follow different storylines. The world was really captivated by Game of Thrones and how that evolved as the characters followed different storylines - that's very appealing to me as an audience member."