Kevin Magnussen says he does not have an offer from a top team despite rumours he has caught the attention of Ferrari with his stellar form this season.
However, a change in momentum, now firmly in Magnussen’s favour, have seen a slight twist to the rumours with the Dane linked to Raikkonen’s seat.
Magnussen, though, says his focus is on Haas as while he is open to a move to a top team, none have approached him.
“We are close [to a new deal], and I am fond of Haas,” he told BT newspaper.
“Unless I have an offer from a top team, I cannot see a better place to be.
“And I do not have an offer from a top team.”
As for whispers suggesting he could be the one to replace Raikkonen at Ferrari, he said: “That’s not something I’m focusing on.
“Like many others, I dream of running for a top team, but right now focus on Haas.”