Kimi Raikkonen has said he won't be in F1 next year unless he can agree a deal with McLaren.
The Finn is a free agent after this season, having agreed an early end to his contract with Ferrari.
He has been linked with moves to both McLaren and Toyota next year - but has now revealed he is only interested in the McLaren deal.
"Toyota has not even been discussed," Raikkonen told Finnish television station MTV3. "If I want to drive [F1] cars, then McLaren in the only option. I should know the situation in the next few days."
Raikkonen also said there were other options for him outside of F1 – including rallying or even a sabbatical.
"Basically I have a few different options and we will see what is the best one overall and then make my decision," he said.
When asked specifically about rallying, Raikkonen said: "It is definitely one of them, but I mean it is not just Formula 1 and rallying. There are other things I could do and we will see what happens."
Speaking about the possibility of taking a sabbatical, Raikkonen said: "I can if I want. I can do whatever I want, but like I said before, I haven't made my decision what I want to do yet."