Niall Horan can't wait to go on tour.
The 23-year-old singer is planning his own series of solo concerts after his debut album comes out next year and is hoping to fit in some sightseeing, which he rarely got to do due with One Direction due to the overwhelming fan attention.
He tweeted: "Just laying here watching and TV and thinking . Really looking forward to going to cities and maybe seeing them this time . Hahaha .
"Instead of being stuck in the hotel room and playing PlayStation (sic)."
However, while Niall is concentrating on his own music for now, with the recent release of his debut single 'This Town', he is looking forward to reuniting with his 1D bandmates, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson, for some live shows in the future.
When asked during a recent interview on 'Most Requested Live with Romeo' if he had to choose between playing a winning game at Augusta, one of the most famous golf courses in the world, or getting back on stage with One Direction, golf-enthusiast Niall insisted there was no need to make a choice.
He said: "There's going to be plenty more One Direction shows, that's a guarantee so it's not a case of one more show. There's definitely more than one more 1D show coming up, that's a fact."
And Harry recently called One Direction the "most important, greatest thing that ever happened to me" and said he hopes the band will decide to reunite at some stage.
When asked what the future holds for 1D, he said: "I don't know. When we started people always asked, 'Where do you think you'll be in five years?' It's a difficult question to answer.
"I would never say we'll never do anything ever again but it's good for us to be exploring different things.
"Maybe at some point everyone will want to do something again but it'll be better if it happens naturally like, 'Hey, we all really want to do this again'. If that were to happen it would be amazing.
"I would never rule that out. It's the most important, greatest thing that ever happened to me, being in that band. It completely changed my life."