Liam Payne Hoping One Direction Don't "Lose It" After Rise To Fame

The 'Little Things' singer allegedly said he worries about what would happen if any of the band fell out.

One Direction star Liam Payne says he is hoping the band don't "lose it" this year after having such a huge rise to fame over their career so far.

The 'Live While We're Young' singer has also reportedly admitted he worries about what would happen if the band ever had a falling out, ahead of the launch of their new world tour later this month.

"I just hope we don't lose it too much this year," Liam Payne told the Daily Star, when asked about the band's future over the next twelve months.

"I don't want us to fall out or have a situation where the band doesn't want to be together," the 'Little Things' singer asserted.

Last month a spokesperson for One Direction was forced to deny speculation that band member Zayn Malik was unhappy in the group and was considering whether to quit.

Check out a picture of One Direction at the NRJ Awards 2013 last month below (Credit: Getty):

In the same interview, a source also claims singer Harry Styles is struggling to adjust to living alone, and has been feeling homesick in recent weeks.

"Harry's not used to living alone," the source said. "He hates coming back to an empty house.

"He misses living with his mum, gets easily bored and hates the silence."

One Direction kick off their 'Take Me Home' world tour on 23rd February at London's O2 Arena.