'I miss my brother the way he was back then and I miss singing those great songs that we all made great.' The Mancunian brothers have been estranged since 2009 - enduring a number of rows during their time in Oasis before the band finally split that year.
He said he’d spoken to Noel around three weeks ago when he visited the shop to make a US TV documentary.'I think they will reform eventually, even though they’ve both got successful solo careers,' he said.
Wonderwall hitmaker Liam, 45, claimed the brothers were 'getting close and closer to each other' in an interview with BBC Radio 2.
Chris Evans said: 'This is what's so intriguing about this you see - you're like two sperm whales eyeing each other up from miles apart...'Liam responded: 'Yeah, that is it, mate.
'There will always be fights between because both of them want to be the most important one in the band.
But there’s millions to be made if they get back together.' He added that Noel had remained tight-lipped about whether he wanted Oasis to reform.