Red Bull owner Dietrich Mateschitz says there are absolutely no doubts that Mark Webber will stay with the outfit next year, even after the team orders controversy.
The team was involved in a conflict after asking Webber to "maintain the gap" when fighting for second place with teammate Sebastian Vettel in the latter stages of the British Grand Prix.
Webber admitted after the race that he had ignored the orders and that he was not happy about them.
Despite the row, Mateschitz says Webber will get a new deal.
"Mark Webber will re-sign with us," Mateschitz told AUTOSPORT. "This will happen for sure. He is very popular within the team, he feels very comfortable and it is an excellent relationship. He knows this and we know it. To be honest, Mark has no better choice than the fastest car and we have no better choice for a fast driver."
The Red Bull boss also admitted he was fine with Webber having tried to overtake Vettel despite the order given to him.
"This is no problem for us," Mateschitz said. "Sebastian realized that Fernando Alonso was gone and could not be caught anymore, so he backed down. This let Mark close in. He would be a very bad racer had he not tried to attack and gain a position."