Liam Gallagher is expecting his new band Beady Eye to be ''massive'' in 2011.
Beady Eye are looking forward to being "massive" in 2011.
The group - consisting of the former members of Oasis, Liam Gallagher, Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock - will release their new album, 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' in February and are expecting instant chart success.
Liam said: "I think we're going to be f***ing big, man. There's no point saying, 'Oh we might be kind of big,' otherwise what's the point? Because I know how good we are and I know how good we're gonna be.
"We're gonna be f***ing massive. Come back to us in a couple of years if I'm wrong and then fair play to you but."
The outspoken rocker - who formed the group after his brother Noel Gallagher quit Oasis in August 2009 - believes the world is desperate for a group like Beady Eye because there have been so many uninspiring new rock bands in the last decade.
He added: "The world is crying out for a great rock 'n' roll band. It's been ages. That's why the time is right for Beady Eye.
"Even in the last 10 years there's been nothing. And it's not just that there hasn't been one f***ing good band. I'm sick of that attitude.
"There should be loads of f***ing good bands out there, looking smart, making great music, f***ing doing it. It's not about one band, there should be a load of them, but where are they?"