Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie did not rule out on Thursday working over the weekend to achieve an agreement on multiple unresolved issues at the Capitol.

“We’ll see,” Heastie said after meeting with Gov. Andrew Cuomo for less than an hour today. “We know it’s Father’s Day.”

Updated: Assembly Democratic spokesman Mike Whyland confirmed on Twitter there will be no Saturday session.

An agreement on extending rent control regulations for two million residents in New York City and the surrounding area remains elusive, Heastie said after the meeting and he indicated there was no time frame for a potential agreement.

“We don’t have an agreement on anything,” he said. “I think the governor and the Senate believes we need to come to a resolution, but we’re nowhere near a resolution.”

At the very least, Heastie said he expects lawmakers to remain in Albany on Friday.

The legislative session was scheduled to conclude on Wednesday, but an agreement on the now-lapsed rent control laws has not come, nor has a deal on extending mayoral control of New York City schools and the renewal of the 421a tax abatement for New York City.

Cuomo has sought to link the extension of stronger rent control laws through the creation of an education tax credit, meant to spur donations to public schools and scholarship programs that benefit private and parochial schools.

As the talks drag on, Heastie said he was taking the slow-going in stride.

“I’m not worried,” he said. “I’m worried about advancing the overall cause of the conference.”

Heastie has also loosened up a bit with the reporters who have staked out the many meetings with Cuomo and Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan.

When the speaker arrived for the morning’s meeting with Cuomo, he was grinning. After a reporter pointed out Heastie’s smile, he stopped and jokingly wiped it off his face.