Kit Harington
Kit Harington (Wikimedia Commons/Gage Skidmore)Wikimedia Commons/Gage Skidmore

"Game of Thrones" star Kit Harrington is reportedly delighted to know that his fans want him to date his co-star Emilia Clarke.

In a recent chitchat, Harrington revealed that it is wonderful that fans are rooting for him and Clarke.

"I find it wonderful that people root for anyone. I think it's great that in the show they pick their favorites and want that person to win, and it's wonderful to be involved in that and be one of the people that people think should be on the throne at the end," Harrington told E! News at the New York City premiere of the highly anticipated film "How to Train Your Dragon 2".

The two stars who play Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen in "GOT" have been linked to each other since April. It was earlier reported that Harrington was trying to win Clarke's heart and the latter was completely enamored by Harrington.

"Emilia has been telling friends they would make a cute couple. He's usually in Iceland or Ireland, while she films in Morocco or Croatia. She's is completely enamored by Kit. You can see that those two are on a collision course with romance," Daily Mail qouted a source from Star Magazine.

However, none of them has said anything concrete about the romance rumors.

Meanwhile, Harrington who has given voice to Eret the dragon trader in "How To Train Your Dragon 2," apparently wants to own a dragon.

"I'd want Viserion. No, wait - I'd have Rhaegal. He's the green one. I'd have the green one. He just kind of takes my fancy. Certainly, Jon Snow should have a black one. That would suit him best, because he's from the Night's Watch, but I guess I'll let Dany keep him. That's her baby," he explained to Vulture.

The actor also revealed that if his "GOT" character Snow would have a dragon he would handle it in an extremely practical way.

"He might take it to the Wall, use it as a tool to fight the White Walkers, help make a bunch of dragonglass," he noted.

However, as a person Harrigton might not want to use his dragon as a weapon but have fun with him.

"I have no desire to go and conquer other people," he said. "I'm quite happy to just try and sort out who I am first."

He even suggested that his idea of having fun with dragon is keeping him in garden and letting his pals see it.

"Hey, do you want to come see my dragon? That's what I'd do," he laughed. "Frisk around with it in the garden for a while."

"How to Train Your Dragon 2" hit theaters last week on June 13.