Romain Grosjean says his desire to win, more than his "love" for the Lotus team, is what will decide his future.
Although this season has been a dreadful one for the Frenchman, his lack of results is down to the package and not his talent.
Grosjean is highly rated in the paddock and there have been rumours that he could take a step up the grid next season.
Refusing to commit to Lotus, who have already confirmed his team-mate Pastor Maldonado for 2015, the 28-year-old says he won't let his "love" for the team dictate his plans.
He told Autosport: "I love the team, I love going to Enstone and I love the atmosphere, but at the end of the day what you want is to win a...
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