One Direction would never consider solo careers.

The 'Little Things' group - Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, Liam Payne and Zayn Malik - are a solid unit and none of them could imagine a time when they'd break away and try to forge their own career.

Speaking to US TV host Barbara Walters, Niall said: ''I wouldn't do it. We're together now, and that's it.''

Zayn agreed, adding: ''It's not even a question.''

Louis Tomlinson explained further, saying: ''We're just having an absolutely great time. It'd be wrong to look at it and be like, 'When is this gonna end?'''

Barbara also asked the band about an infamous incident when they were mobbed by eager female fans in Sweden who pressed their breasts against their car.

Describing the situation, Louis said: ''To the point where there was actually nipple marks all over the window. What dreams are made of.''

The boy band recently released second album 'Take Me Home' and their next move will be a version of Blondie's classic anthem 'One Way Or Another', an official Comic Relief single for the 2013 charity campaign. The band will also perform the track live on the BBC's Red Nose Day coverage on Friday, March 31.