Jimmy Page ''doesn't see'' any more Led Zeppelin concerts happening.

The legendary musician - who reunited with bandmates John Paul Jones and Robert Plant for a one-off show in London in 2007 - insists it would already be public knowledge if the group wanted to play together again.

He said: ''I think if there had been any more concerts to be done, we'd already be talking about them. So I don't see it.''

The group are preparing for the release of 'Celebration Day' - a DVD of the 2007 gig which saw late drummer John Bonham's place taken by his son Jason - and Jimmy thinks fans will be pleased with the concert film because there are so many up-close shots showing their musicianship.

He told Rolling Stone magazine: ''With Led Zeppelin, it has always been that mystique of how the music is done - how it works, why it works.

''The closer you can get in on that and the more lingering it is, the better.

''[The DVD is] almost like being onstage with us.''

'Celebration Day' will be released on November 19.