I disagree...For me "tengo ganas" doesn't work in this situation. "Tener ganas de" means to want to do something.
I look forward to seeing you on Saturday.
How do you say, "Looking forward to it"?
In my case, the "it" I'm referring to that made me ask this question is a phone conversation I'm having tomorrow with a friend, but I'm also wondering how to say "Looking forward to it" in general,
No...Tal vez, "Con ganas" o "Con muchas ganas" sirva.
No, not really, either...
I'd probably say "Quedo atento a su respuesta" (i.e. "I look forward to your reply")
Alternatively, you could say "Quedo a la espera de..."