Liam Gallagher has hinted that he may return to music in a new Twitter message.
Recent tabloid reports had suggested that the former Oasis frontman had retired from music, rumours that Gallagher later denied.
Now the singer has tweeted a cryptic series of tweets. One reads: "Lots of exciting things happening time to get back in ring give us a call ROVER", while another simply says: "Groove is in the art".
After Oasis broke up in 2009, Gallagher formed new band Beady Eye, releasing two albums with the group before splitting in 2014.
Liam Gallagher recently ruled out the possibility of him releasing a solo album. "Solo record, are you fucking tripping dickhead?" Gallagher wrote on Twitter, saying he would not release solo material as he is "not a cunt".
Noel Gallagher meanwhile has said that he would play one more Oasis gig for £20 million. His comments come after details of the Oasis documentary 'Supersonic' were confirmed this week.