Noel Gallagher says that Oasis have made no plans for their immediate future.
Oasis return to the fray this autumn with their greatest hits package â€˜Stop The Clocksâ€™, but what happens after that is anyoneâ€™s guess.
He tells Billboard: â€œThere's no plans to do anything. Saying that, there's no plans not to do anything, either. We're not like other bands in that respect.
â€œWe're masters of our own destiny and take these things one album at a time. The last time we sat down and planned an album, it turned into 'Don't Believe the Truth,' and that took three years to record."
Noel went on to admit that they have eleven songs left over from the â€˜Donâ€™t Believe The Truthâ€™ that they could release if they wanted.
He added: â€œThere's seven that are good and four that are really great, so we could put an album out tomorrow if we wanted."