For weeks, viewers have seen the love/hate relationship between Moira and her farmhand Nate and it's clear they both have an attraction to one another.
Despite Moira constantly telling Nate that nothing can happen between them (again!), her words might not be how she really feels as the chemistry continues to bubble.
In a preview shared on Emmerdale's YouTube channel, Moira and Nate are thrown together once more as she is seen trying to fix a tractor when Nate approaches offering to help.
However, Moira tells her farmhand that she can sort it as she was running the farm for years before he turned up.
As Nate persists, Moira says: "What part of not needing help don't you understand?"
She continues: "You shouldn't be here, we can't do this."
But when Nate says "Do what? Fix a tractor?" it's clear that Moira is struggling with her feelings.
She responds by saying: "Pretending that nothing happened between us."
Nate continues to push her buttons by saying: "What? Scared you won't be able to resist temptation of tearing each other's close off again?"
However, Moira doesn't see the funny side and says she could lose everything and asks why he doesn't just leave town.
But it looks like Nate won't be going anywhere as he says he likes it in Emmerdale and suggests they just go back to fixing the tractor.
How much longer can Moira go on resisting him if she's seeing him every day?
The soap has teased chemistry between Nate and Moira over the past few weeks.
Firstly when Moira was about to walk out of The Woolpack without taking her phone with her, Nate jumped up to hand it over, lingering a little too long.
Nate and Moira slept together last week in the barn of Butlers farm behind Cain and Amy's backs.
Fans are convinced there is more to Nate than meets the eye.
There is also a theory that Kim Tate hired Nate to destroy Cain and Moira's marriage.
Emmerdale is on Monday to Friday at 7pm with an extra episode at 8pm on Thursday on ITV.
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