Noel Gallagher is contemplating writing an autobiography.

The 50-year-old singer and songwriter - who is known for being in Oasis with his brother Liam before they split in 2009 - has admitted he has been offered ''quite a bit of money'' to pen a book based on his life, although the painstakingly long process puts him off.

Speaking to Frank Skinner on Absolute Radio on Sunday (26.11.17), he said: ''I've been offered. quite a bit of money. But a few friends of mine have written books, for example, Johnny Marr, and it went on for years, I would say, 'What are you up to?' [Marr said] 'Oh, still writing a book!' And I was like, 'I'm never gonna write a book, if it takes this long!' And I was saying to him. 'How do you go about it?' And he was saying, 'Well, you devote four or five hours a day to it.' I was like, 'Four or five hours a day!' It's like being back at school.

''Maybe one day. I'd have to sell the idea to myself really.''

However, the 'Wonderwall' hitmaker has considered taking the ''Keith Richards approach'' and releasing a biography written by someone else instead.

He continued: ''I suppose you could take the Keith Richards approach where you get someone else to write it.

''But then it's someone else's words - I don't know. I did a tour blog once, which just freaked me out, it's like they'd call me and say, 'Have you got your blog ready for today?' I'm like, 'I've gotta come up with another one of these things! I have to make stories up now!'''