Heikki Kovalainen says he is very happy at Team Lotus but insists he is not spending too much time worrying about where his future lies.
The Finn joined the team for its debut season last year after having spent two years at McLaren as Lewis Hamilton's teammate. Kovalainen admits he has is enjoying his stint at Lotus a lot, but concedes he is not spending too much time thinking about what's next for him.
"Who knows about the future. I haven't thought about it that much," said Kovalainen, who looks set to stay at Lotus for another year. "I'm very happy here. I think it works very well for me here. I think I'm getting more out of the team and the car than I've done in the past. I have no issues here.
"I haven't thought about the future at all. We just develop this team now and we wait and see, and then see what the future brings, but at the moment I'm happy here."
The Finn also admitted Team Lotus' decision to switch to Renault engines for this year and Red Bull gearboxes from 2012 is a big boost for the future of the team.
"I think in terms of power, the Cosworth engine is quite powerful," he said. "Last year it was not just a question of power. The experience that Renault has is completely different. I think it was necessary for us to take that step. And, for next year, we'll fit the KERS that has been in the Renault engines before, and the gearbox that we have from Red Bull. So this is one of the reasons why the Renault engine was very, very important for us.
"The service that we get from them is excellent. The quality of the engine...the degradation of the engine is very, very low. Just generally the package that we get from them I think is the kind of package that we needed for this year."