Liam Gallagher would hit brother Noel if he saw him.
The disgruntled ex-Oasis frontman believes he would react violently if he saw his sibling - who was the main songwriter and guitarist in the group - and would probably "leather" him, an English slang term meaning to beat someone up.
Liam told Shortlist magazine: "I don't wanna see him. But if I see him, who knows what would happen? I'll probably end up f***ing leathering him."
Liam, 37, and Noel, 42, have a long running love/hate relationship and have previously waged wars of words against each and fought in public, with Noel briefly quitting the band in 2000 after they got into a drunken fight in Barcelona after Liam questioned the legitimacy of his brother's daughter Anais, provoking Noel into headbutting him.
The 'Lyla' singer also insisted Noel - who quit the group last summer after the pair got into a fight just moments before they were due on stage in Paris - isn't "rock 'n' roll" anymore and that Oasis will never reform.
He added: "Oasis ran its course. We stepped over that fine line. People in the band grew up and went different ways. Noel wanted to chill out a bit. He's not rock 'n' roll mate. I am, I'm still going for it until the day I die, without a doubt. You won't catch Oasis reforming y'know, not ever."
Since the group's split Liam has formed a new band featuring all the members of Oasis apart from Noel, who is currently working on his first solo record.