Oasis are eligible for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2019, but while the ceremony has been successful in uniting bands in the past, it looks like the Manchester band won't be one of them.

Noel Gallagher - who has been the stumbling block in any conversation regarding a possible reunion - shared his views on the band's possible induction with Rolling Stone, revealing that he had already been approached by the organisation.

"I've already been approached by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame," he said. "The fuckin' fella from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame came to me and said, 'Do you know in two years you'll be eligible for the Hall of Fame?' I said, 'Is that right?' He said, 'Yes.' And he started going on, and I said, 'Let me fucking stop you there. I know what it is. I know what it entails, and it won't be fucking happening, OK?'"

He added: "He invited me down to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame itself and showed me all these exhibits of Oasis stuff. It's a great place and all that, but I won't be doing it, I don't think."

So that's a maybe, then?