Liam Gallagher insists his brother Noel Gallagher is the one ''obsessed'' with him.

The 'Bold' singer has hit back at his former Oasis bandmate after he accused him of using his Twitter jibes as a way of showing how much he cares about his 50-year-old sibling, and being ''intoxicated'' by social media when he was a guest on 'The Graham Norton Show'.

Replying to a fan on the micro-blogging site, who asked: ''Did you enjoy the shout out Noel gave you on Graham Norton ? He seems a fan (sic)'', Liam snapped back: ''I think he's obsessed with me the creepy little tart. (sic)''

The 'Holy Mountain' hitmaker - who has barely spoken with Liam since the Britpop band split in 2009, following a backstage bust-up - had said: ''He's obsessed, as lots of people are. There's not enough hours in the day for me to get through the s**t that I've got to get through. I don't know where he finds the time to sit on the f***ing ... on Twitter. But it's clearly intoxicating for him.''

Noel added that he doesn't mind the 'Some Might Say' group's former frontman constantly talking about him though, as he gets paid whenever Liam performs an Oasis song that Noel wrote at one of his concerts.

He added: ''I look at it philosophically. I'm here doing my thing, he's out there also doing my thing. You know, he's promoting my records, and as long as he keeps filling out the little form at the end of every gig, ticking off the songs that I wrote, it's all good.''

Guitarist Noel also joked that he finds Liam's level of ''obsession'' to be ''creepy''.

He said previously: ''I mean, you know, it's nice to be loved and all that, but don't obsess over me. That's kinda creepy.''

Meanwhile, Noel previously claimed Liam should seek help for his ''anger'' problem, and suggested the star go to ''therapy''.

He said: ''The other stuff with Liam is f***ing crazy, because that other fella seems very angry about something and no one is quite sure what it is. But if someone does please let me know. I think he needs therapy; I think he needs a psychiatrist.''