Matt Damon is ready to go off the grid.

“I took a bunch of roles in a row. I’ve done four straight movies in a row and I have one more to go,” the actor said on the “Today” show Thursday.

Damon, 45, whose latest installment of the Bourne franchise, “Jason Bourne,” opens Friday, also shared he wants to spend more time with his family after “dragging them all over the world” for film shoots.

“They’re really good sports. They’re great travelers,” Damon explained of wife Luciana Barroso and their daughters. “But I’m excited to finish this year of work and take a year off and be at their behest for once.”

While Damon will eventually get back in the saddle, he’s looking forward to giving his body a break after having endured grueling workouts to prepare for his fourth go-around as Bourne.

“I mean, I’m 45. I started doing these, I was 29 — all that stuff came a lot easier,” he said, adding his acting chops have vastly improved, too.

“I’m a better actor now than when I was 29, so that part was a little easier.”

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.