After missing his media duties at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit on Thursday due to illness, Raikkonen was blitzed with questions over his future after practice for the Belgian Grand Prix.
The Finn has become Formula One's hot topic of conversation given the links with both Red Bull and a return to Ferrari from next season.
There also remains the possibility he will remain at Lotus, but there is also speculation he has not been paid by the Enstone-based marque of late.
It is a rumour Raikkonen did not deny as he said: "For sure it's not as it should be, but hopefully these things get sorted quickly.
"They know there are certain issues and until those are solved there is no point talking about next year.
"They know exactly what they have to do first, and then we are open to talk. It's not really up to me.
"I've always said I have a very good team here, but things have to be right in all areas."
Raikkonen has made clear no matter which team he drives for in 2014, eveything has to be perfect for him.
"As long as I get a place where all the things are as I want them to be and where everybody is happy then that is fine for me," added the 2007 world champion.
"Obviously, you want as good a car as you can, but the rules will change a lot and it's difficult to say which team will be the best."
Despite claims by his manager, Steve Robertson, that talks had broken down with Red Bull and he would not be joining them, team principal Christian Horner has maintained the Finn is still in the frame.
Raikkonen has suggested it was a lack of contact from Red Bull that led to him going cold on a move to Milton Keynes.
"I had no answer from them," added Raikkonen.
"We never heard anything for a while, which is not the ideal situation, but that's how it is.
"We will see what happens. You have to ask them what they will do. I don't know any better than you guys."
And what of Ferrari, a team that paid off the final year of his contract in 2009 in order to bring in Fernando Alonso?
"There is no different answer I can give you. Until there is anything 100 per cent sure, I've nothing to tell," added the 33-year-old.
"There is talk I'm supposed to go to McLaren, I read somewhere, then there's Ferrari and then there's Lotus, but I still don't have a contract so what else can I say?
"The situation is the same as four weeks ago. Nothing has changed, apart from more rumours and more teams."
The one near certainty is Raikkonen will be in F1 next year as he states he is "not really" considering options outside of the sport.
"For sure I want to do more rallies when I can. I'm a big fan of the sport," said Raikkonen.
"If I don't get a contract then I will probably do some races some time.
"As I've said, all options are open until you have something 100 per cent. I don't worry about things."