Liam Gallagher says his "bags are packed" for an Oasis reunion.
The 44-year-old singer is desperate for the band - which split in 2009 - to reunite but has previously blamed his brother Noel, 49, for preventing it from happening.
Speaking at the premiere of Oasis documentary 'Supersonic' in Manchester on Sunday (02.10.16), Liam told reporters: "My bags are packed."
He also slammed Noel for not attending the premiere and joked: "He's probably eating tofu right now."
And in a new interview, Liam admitted there has been "a big hole" in his life since Oasis broke up following an explosive row between him and Noel.
Explaining that he wants the band to reunite, he told the Sunday Times: "Not because of money - I'm far from skint, believe you me. I love that band. That's putting it out there. I still think we could make good records. I'd love it. There has been a big hole in my life since 2009.
Meanwhile, Liam also slammed today's musicians for being boring.
He said: "If I was a 20-year-old in a band and somebody stuck [an iPhone] in my face, I'd stick it up their a**e, or mine. There is no excuse for young bands to act like grown men. When you're older and have kids, cool it out a bit, but I get up to more mischief in my butcher's than [they] do on their f**king tours. Maybe it's just where we're from.
Even if I was selling flowers, I'd probably be arrested for whacking some **** over the head with a bunch of geraniums.
"I guess it goes back to the working-class thing. The s**t-kickers aren't breaking through. A lot of music these days is by middle-class kids."
He also took a pop at Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, saying: "The most rock'n'roll thing Chris Martin did was wear a leather jacket. I thought, 'Go on, lad. That's a start.'"