The Citroen World Rally Team is considering running a three-car team in next year's WRC.
Current number two driver with the French team Dani Sordo says he has been told by team principal Olivier Quesnel that he will remain as part of a three-car lineup for 2011.
"Olivier [Quesnel] says he wants the two Sebastiens [Loeb and Ogier] and me for next year," said Sordo. "I hope it's like this, but I don't know what will happen. Of course, I want to stay with Citroen, but if they say no, then I will have to look at another team."
Sordo is now in his fourth season with the factory Citroen team, but the former Junior World Rally champion has still to register his first WRC win – something he aims to rectify on next week's Rally of Portugal.
"I feel well driving in Portugal, I feel it will be better," he said. "I will go faster there; it's good grip in Portugal and a good feeling."