Noel Gallagher is set to play Glastonbury.
The Oasis star issued a come and get me plea to the festival's organizerMichael Eavis last week to bring his semi-acoustic solo set to the world-famous music event.
Now Michael's daughter Emily, who helps her father organize the event, hasrevealed the pair are ready to make Noel's wish come true.
She said: "We definitely want Noel!"
Michael added to NME magazine: "I've got his mobile phone number so I'mgoing to call him. But if he tells me to get lost, it's not my fault!"
Noel, 39, revealed his Glastonbury ambition after wowing fans with hisamazing set at last week's Teenage Cancer Trust charity shows, held atLondon's Royal Albert Hall.
The rocker - who headlined the festival with Oasis in 1995 and 2004 - said:"Glastonbury acoustic tent sounds nice. That would be good. If I say thatmaybe Mr. Eavis will give me a call!
"Saying that he'd probably put me on at the same time as Arctic Monkeys. The best slot is second on the bill on the Other Stage. I've never had that slot at Glastonbury, but we've done it at foreign festivals and it's great."
Noel's stripped-down show - which featured Oasis guitarist Gem Archer andpercussionist Terry Kirkbride - contained a selection of classic OasisB-sides, including "Talk Tonight" and "Listen Up," as well as better-knownhits such as "Wonderwall" and "Don't Look Back In Anger."