Sen. Zellnor Myrie, a Democrat who represents parts of Brooklyn, said Wednesday he is seeking a run against Mayor Eric Adams.

The progressive lawmaker announced that he has formed a committee to consider a mayoral candidacy in 2025 and has begun fundraising.

“For too many New Yorkers that I speak to, they’re tired of the showmanship. What people want to see are results. New Yorkers want to see their government working relentlessly to make this city affordable, safe, and livable — and that’s why I’m taking the first steps to explore a race for Mayor in 2025,” Myrie said in a statement.

The move could put him on a collision course with Adams during the Democratic primary in June 2025.

Myrie, 37, who was first elected to the state Senate in 2018, is serving his third term. His district includes parts of Crown Heights, East Flatbush, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens and Windsor Terrace.

The Brooklyn lawmaker is scheduled to appear at 7 p.m. tonight on NY1's “Inside City Hall.”

Myrie is the second person to form an exploratory committee to challenge Adams. In January, former City Comptroller Scott Stringer said he had filed papers with the city’s Campaign Finance Board to create an exploratory committee for a possible mayoralty run.

Stringer previously ran for mayor in 2021, but lost to Adams in the Democratic primary.