Max Chilton insists he is not worried about securing a 2014 race seat with Marussia, saying the team want to keep him.
The Banbury-squad have already confirmed they will retain Frenchman Jules Bianchi next year, but they are yet to make an announcement regarding the future of Chilton.
However, the 22-year-old rookie says most things are already in place for a new contract and it's just a matter of time before everything is sorted out.
"We're in talks and we've got investors and sponsorship things to get in place before we sign a deal," the Briton told Autosport.
"It takes a bit longer. I don't think we are behind schedule or that there is anything to worry about.
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