The four remaining members of One Direction have given their first interview since Zayn Malik's departure last month.
Speaking to James Corden, who has taken over as host of The Late Late Show in the US, the boys revealed that there are no hard feelings between them and their former band-mate and they wish him "the best of luck" for future.
At first we were a little bit angry but I think we all kind of knew the general vibe of how Zayn was feeling. There's certain parts of this job that Zayn loved and there's certain parts that he didn't, if you don't like your job and you've got to follow your heart and there's no arguing with that.
Louis Tomlinson, who had a very public spat with Malik earlier this month, said he had never been good at biting his tongue but is now back on "good terms".
When pressed on whether the four remaining members had ever considered calling it a day, Niall Horan was adamant that they hadn't, explaining: "the four of us love every part of it" and are looking forward to more tours in the future. Cue squeals from adoring crowd.