The Young Bucks appeared to extend an online invitation to Neville to join the Bullet Club following reports that the WWE star has requested his release.
It has been speculated this week that the former Cruiserweight Champion, having been absent from Raw on Monday, has walked out on the company after a stagnant run on 205 Live.
And Matt Jackson, one half of the Young Bucks - whose tetchy relationship with wrestling's number one company is well-documented - wasted no time in making a play for the 31-year-old.
Tagging Neville in his tweet, Jackson submitted a picture of a Bullet Club T-shirt - a post that has now been retweeted more than one thousand times.
Although many fans are mourning the possible departure of one of WWE's most exciting in-ring performers, others are licking their lips at the prospect of him becoming a free agent once again.
The Brit fashioned a reputation as one of the great high-flyers of the independent scene during his time with PWG, ROH, Chikara, and Dragon Gate, before making his NXT debut in 2012.
And, with many of his matches these days capped at 10 or 12 minutes, a return to a more wrestling-oriented promotion would be welcomed by some.