One Direction have held discussions about their reunion.
The band - Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson - are currently taking an extended hiatus to focus on solo projects but Niall says they have already talked about when they will make their comeback.
Speaking on 'The Graham Norton Show', he said: "For now we are doing our own thing. We can't put a date on it but it won't be in 50 years. It's in the foreseeable future. We've talked about it, but for now we'll just play it by ear and see what happens."
Niall recently released his first solo single 'This Town' and can't believe the "insane" reaction to it from fans.
He said: "I've been sitting on it for so long and keeping it a secret. It was a nerve-wracking time. It's always been a daunting prospect but the reaction has been insane. I am 100 per cent relieved that people like it."
After One Direction went on hiatus earlier this year, Niall decided to go backpacking with his friends and began work on his solo music once he got back.
He said: "When I got back from Asia I just started doing acoustic stuff- the stuff I grew up on- and thought, 'Maybe I should release them. They're actually not that bad.'"
He signed a deal with Capitol US and says his debut solo album will be released next year.