British Swimming chief executive Jack Buckner has confirmed the association is working with the City of London and UK Sport to bring the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Diving World Series back to the city in 2020.
Buckner heralded the success of May's event at London Aquatics Centre as he discussed plans for the FINA series to form part of the diving calendar in the build-up to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Tomorrow, FINA will announce its host cities for the 2025 and 2027 World Aquatics Championships, something Buckner states is beyond British Swimming's reach at the moment.
He said: "It is such a big event to host the World Aquatics Championships.
"There are so many disciplines and we just do not have the infrastructure or budget for it at the moment.
"The Short Course Championships are more within our scope but the Diving World Series is the one we would really like to get.
"We are currently working with FINA and, like lots of these events, we just need to get things in place regarding funding with London, and UK Sport.
"We have to fit it around other diving dates and in an Olympic year you are juggling a lot of factors."
Buckner said the London leg of the series had gone extremely well, with positive feedback coming from everyone involved.
In September, London will host the World Para Swimming Championships, with Glasgow hosting the European Short Course Championships in December.
"Everyone is really positive about it [the Diving World Series]," said Buckner.
"It has built up a good audience but we would need to generate enough income to stage it.
"The first year that you do an event costs tend to be higher but we had a good crowd in the end and will keep working on that.
"We already have between 65 to 70 per cent of tickets sold for the Para Swimming Championships and we we want to use that audience to promote the diving.
"We haven't had a regular set of elite events in the UK for a long time and we want to make that happen."
Buckner said the ideal scenario would be to have next year's series fixed by September to promote ticket sales and build excitement at the Para swimming event.
"Sport is something we are really good at," continued Buckner.
"Everyone is telling us they loved London and the divers want to come back.
"People are looking forward to events and they create a great energy.
"Sport is something we can be massively proud of and I hope that whatever happens with Brexit, it won't affect our plans."