Liam Gallagher confirmed he spoke to John Squire about forming a supergroup.

The former Oasis frontman brought in the former Stone Roses guitarist for his pair of Knebworth gigs in June, to perform the Britpop band’s 1995 classic “Champagne Supernova.”

And afterwards, he took to Twitter to tease potential future projects with the 59-year-old fellow Mancunian.

He teased at the time: “Great group entering LG JS. (sic)”

And speaking to Matt Wilkinson on Apple Music 1 for the ‘Home Sessions’ series, the ‘Diamond In The Dark’ singer confirmed the duo will be working together ‘at some point’ and hope to sing a few tracks. for him.

He said, “Yeah. Serious, man. But we have things to do first, and he has things to clear up and that. But yeah, I’m definitely going to do the summat at some point.”

Matt asked, “So you kinda had the conversation?”

Liam – whose return to Knebworth Park in Hertfordshire came 26 years after Oasis played to a record 250,000 fans for two nights at the outdoor venue – replied: “Maybe, yeah. Probably did that to Knebworth and that, I think, if I remember all about it.

But no. We are talking about summation. Maybe. But not in a hurry. He’s my man, I love him. So if he has any tunes to sing, I’m the boy, mate. (sic)”

A few years ago Liam – who turned 50 today (21.09.22) – said his dream supergroup would include someone from The Stone Roses and his close friend, Richard Ashcroft, formerly of The Verve.

In 2017 he said: “Ideals would be The Stone Roses guys. I think they just broke up, so that would be nice.

“[Richard] Ashcroft would be nice. There are a lot of people there, but the majority of them are each doing their own thing.

“But if they want to do one, let us know. I will do it.”

Listen to Matt Wilkinson’s show interview on Apple Music 1 today (September 21) from 12-2pm BST. Listen here