Paul di Resta has admitted that he is flattered by reports linking him with moves to McLaren, Ferrari and Mercedes in the past year.
The Scot is widely regarded as a future world championship challenger but is not expected to leave Force India in the near future following the confirmation from the three teams that they have decided on their lineups for next season.
Di Resta told Sky Sports News: "You always want to be linked with these seats and thankfully I was.
"The best thing to hope for is that I'll get a seat one day. I've always said I want to be winning races and championships, but whoever I'll drive for I'll be 100% committed, driving the car as fast as I can and taking it to new levels."
Di Resta's partner at Force India, Nico Hulkenberg, has been linked with a switch to Sauber at the end of this season.