Bruno Senna says he is not getting distracted by rumours linking him to a Formula One role next year - and finds the speculations more amusing than anything else.
The Brazilian's success in GP2 this season has prompted talk that he could end up as either BMW test driver or a racer at Scuderia Toro Rosso.
But writing in his regular blog for autosport.com, Senna has said his focus remains on GP2 for now - because he needs to prove to himself that he is ready to make the step up to F1.
"There has been a lot of speculation in the press recently, especially in Brazil," wrote Senna. "It's quite funny in a way, because I've read that I've already signed for three teams! Great, I've got three contracts to choose from!
"At this stage there is nothing definite with any F1 teams, and I think that maybe my good performances have led to people in the F1 paddock and the media paying attention to me, but I have to keep my mind focused clearly on GP2.
"My real work is to be done on the circuit, where I have to be is consistent on the racetrack and win this GP2 Series.
"Then I know I will be ready to move up to F1."