Valtteri Bottas remains tight-lipped over where he will drive next year, insisting "nothing has changed".
The 25-year-old joined Williams ahead of the 2012 season and his initial contract runs out at the end of the year with his agent admitting they don't have new deal lined up just yet.
With some excellent displays for Williams the last few years, it is no surprise that the Finn has been linked with a move to Ferrari as a replacement for compatriot Kimi Raikkonen for 2016.
However, Bottas is giving nothing away about where he will drive next year.
"There are a lot of rumours," he told Finnish newspaper Turun Sanomat. "Nothing has changed for me.
"As always I'm concentrating on this season. That is best for me and the team.
"We will know later what happens."