The Madchester band's original lineup officially reformed in January for an 11-date UK comeback tour.
However, lead vocalist Ryder told Real Radio that the group have "absolutely no plans" to write and record a new LP after their May gigs.
His comments seem to contradict backing singer and former X Factor contestant Rowetta Satchell's statement last month that the band hope to land a record deal and release new material.
Happy Mondays' most recent studio LP, Uncle Dysfunktional, was released in 2007, but only reached number 73 in the album charts.
Meanwhile, Ryder also dismissed persistent rumours claiming that they are supporting The Stone Roses at three sold-out Heaton Park shows in June.
"I'll put this straight; there's no plans, it's absolutely garbage that we are going to be playing at Heaton Park with Stone Roses, that's rubbish," he told Evening Show host David Heane.
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Watch the music video for 'Step On' by Happy Mondays below: