Liam Gallagher may have inadvertently teased his return to Glastonbury Festival for 2019, sending the rumour mill once again into a spin.

Last night Gallagher headlined 2018’s Pilton Party, an annual soiree organised by Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis as a fund-raising event for local Somerset residents and workers. Held on Worthy Farm, this year’s one-day party saw Liam entertain ticket-holders with a career-spanning set, which also featured Oasis classics spanning ‘Live Forever’, ‘Wonmderwall’ and ‘Some Might Say’.

However it was his ‘thank you’ message this morning that’s raised further eyebrows. “Big thanx to the ever delightful Michael and Emily Eavis for last night” tweeted Gallagher, adding “see you both nxt year” – that one message has now raised the chances of the former Oasis-frontman returning to Worthy Farm for the first time since his Other Stage set in 2017.

If indeed this is confirmation, Liam adds himself to a slowly-growing number of Glastonbury 2019 teases from other artists, including Chromeo and Mike Pickering and Graham Park’s Hacienda Classical.

More Glastonbury news as we hear it.