Robert Kubica says he remains totally focused on achieving results with Renault this season and is not even thinking about talk of a future Ferrari switch.
The Pole has been linked to a move to Ferrari in place of Felipe Massa from 2011, and while he did not rule out the possibility, Kubica insisted it was far from his mind at present.
"There were already rumors last year about Ferrari, and there are rumors again this year," he said. "We will see. Up to now, the rumors have only been rumors.
"I'll keep working, and for now I'm concentrating on every single race and trying to do the best job possible for the team which I'm racing for. It's very, very clear for me that what will happen in the future doesn't affect me now. I didn't think for any second or any minute about next year or my future."
Kubica said there was no reason why he could not fight for wins if he stayed with Renault, even though the team is not right at the front at present.
"They beat them five years ago, so I don't see any reason why not," he said. "We have seen it in the past with Brawn – they were not the highest budget and not a so-called top team, but they won the championship.
"Renault is also a good example. When they were winning championships I don't think they were the highest budget team or had the most resources. Of course, resources can help and it makes life easier for everybody in the team. And when you have no money it's very difficult. But the most important thing is that we try to do the most we can with what we have."
He also reiterated his satisfaction with the working atmosphere at Renault.
"I think it's very important for everybody to feel as good as possible," Kubica said. "When you have good results, maybe you don't care about the atmosphere much because you have a good car, but once your results are not as you are expecting, if you have a good atmosphere and are pushing in the same direction, you are able to get better much quicker and in a better way.
"I think this is what we are trying to do with Renault. Up to now, I'm happy, everybody seems quite happy with what we're doing. There are still things to solve and I hope we will solve them as quickly as we can. It is not easy, but at least we are trying and that's important."
Kubica will wear a black armband on his overalls and carry a Polish flag on his headrest this weekend to pay his respects to the victims of last weekend's plane crash in which Poland's president and many senior politicians were killed.