Paul di Resta's manager admits he has concerns about the Scot's future especially if Force India opt to go with a pay driver.
Although di Resta is Force India's leading points-scorer for this season, he has not netted a single point since the British Grand Prix back in June.
His dismal run, which coincided with Pirelli's decision to change the tyres, includes five retirements and two P11s.
However, whether Force India will look past that - or even look for money - when deciding their 2014 line-up remains to be seen.
"It's difficult to know what will happen next year," Richard Goddard told Press Association Sport.
"There are a lot of drivers in the sport with money, and there...
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