Adrian Newey won't be looking elsewhere for a new job, adamant that he is committed to a future with Red Bull Racing.
Last Sunday, Red Bull Racing wrapped up their fourth successive Championship double in a Newey-designed car.
While Sebastian Vettel secured the Drivers' title with three races to spare, the team's 470 points also gave them an unassailable lead in the Constructors' battle.
And although there are many out there who want to emulate Red Bull's success by nabbing Newey for themselves, the design guru says he is staying put.
"Yes," he told Autosport when asked if he wants to continue to win titles with Red Bull.
"The joy of working with this team is to have been involved in taking it from the ashes of Jaguar to where we are today.
"Having achieved some success over the last few years, the enjoyment is really in working with my colleagues in Milton Keynes, continuing to develop the way we operate with Christian [Horner].
"It has been a great ride.
"Next year is a huge challenge with the regulations so at the moment I'm fully focused on that."
Speaking about next year's challenges, which include swapping the current V8 engines for 1.6-litre turbocharged V6s, Newey stresses that not all of it is engine related.
"Next year's regulation changes are very big," he said.
"The aerodynamic changes are not quite as big as we had for 2009 but they are still very significant.
"The engine regulation changes are massive and it's not at all clear whether one engine manufacturer will steal a significant advantage over the other two.
"Reliability will be a big issue, certainly at the start of the season if not for the whole season.
"The installation of the engine in the chassis is very complicated, so there are a lot of variables."