The Arctic Monkeys frontman, who recorded debut The Age Of The Understatement alongside former Rascals singer Miles Kane in 2008, admitted that it is unlikely the duo will return for some time.
When quizzed about the group's upcoming plans on Absolute Radio, he replied: "I wouldn't have thought so, no. Miles has just kind of completed his record, so that will sort of tie him up for a bit I think. Yeah, I don't think so."
Arctic Monkeys played at London's Royal Albert Hall venue on Saturday in aid of charity Teenage Cancer Trust. Turner revealed that he was looking forward to his family travelling down to see the band perform.
He added: "Yeah, it's the one isn't it, to bring them down to? My mum and dad are coming. It's got big heritage, but yeah, obviously it's amazing.
"It makes a difference when you play in a place that looks nice as well, inside, where it's like traditional."