The actress told CultBox that the sci-fi drama should come back in some form to give fans "closure".
"As far as I know at the moment, everything's still very much on hold," she explained. "Nothing's going to happen in 2012, I know that much for sure. But who knows what will happen in 2013? Maybe a movie, to kinda draw a line under it."
Myles continued: "John [Barrowman] is very much on the same page as me, in that if and when they need us, they can just pick the phone up and we will be there before they've even put the phone down, because it's something we love doing."
Myles added that she has her "fingers crossed" that Torchwood will resume at some point.
"Every series we've changed our format [and] we've always had a gap in between," she said.
"We've got such an outstanding loyal fan base. They deserve Torchwood to go ahead with something else to draw a line under it, for the fans to have a bit of closure."
She also suggested that any new project should film in Wales, following the predominantly US-set Torchwood: Miracle Day.
"I think it'd be nice to be back in Wales," she said. "That's where it was born and maybe it'd be nice to end it there."
> John Barrowman: 'Torchwood is in limbo'
> Torchwood exec: 'I don't know if there will be more'
Watch Eve Myles discuss Torchwood: Miracle Day with Digital Spy below: