Lando Norris has reaffirmed his commitment to McLaren amid speculation that he could seek a move elsewhere in the future.
Norris is currently contracted to the Woking-based squad until the end of the 2025 Formula 1 campaign.
McLaren has been Norris’ home since the Briton made his debut in 2019 and the duo have enjoyed moderate success together, with Norris scoring his 10th F1 podium last time out in Japan.
Earlier this year, Norris sprouted speculation that he could leave McLaren after admitting he would be open to partnering Max Verstappen in F1.
Due to Verstappen’s current Red Bull deal extending to the end of 2028, it would be likely that Norris would leave McLaren for the Milton Keynes outfit to make such a scenario happen.
‘I want to win with McLaren’
But Norris says that he’s focused on finding success with McLaren going forward, rather than jumping ship to a new team.
“There are always things every now and then,” he told media including RacingNews365.com.
“I would love to [talk about a new McLaren deal]. I've always said I want to win with McLaren.
“I think we're getting closer and closer to achieving that. And not just to win races, but win championships, both Driver and Constructor. I want to do it with McLaren. I'm very happy there.
“So if I was to spend 10 or 15 years there I'm not going to ever say no. I think that's something I would look forward to. But I’m very much just concentrated on this year, next year and ’25.
“I think that’s two-and-a-half years to try and progress and we'll see then. But things [crop up] every now and then but nothing more than that.”