Mark Webber is ready to commit his long-term future to Red Bull Racing, as he sets his sights on a fresh deal with the team at the end of this season.
The Australian's contract with the Milton Keynes based team runs out at the end of 2009. He says he is not considering a switch elsewhere - and he hopes the team want to stick with him too.
"I am happy with Red Bull and I hope Red Bull will be happy with me," Webber told autosport.com during an event for Red Bull in Kitzbuehel.
"If I keep my consistency and get everything out of the car, I will have no worries for the future. I plan to stay on with Red Bull long-term. In fact, I do not see me working with any other team."
Although Webber is still recovering from the broken leg that he suffered in a bicycle accident at the end of last year, he has already had his seat fitting in the team's new RB5. And he is upbeat about the team's chances for the season ahead.
"I see no reason why Red Bull should not do well in 2009. The car looks extremely good. We have all the key people for success. I am sure we will run with the top this year."
Speaking about his recovery ahead of his scheduled return to the cockpit on February 11, Webber said: "Everything is on schedule, the new car and me.
"At the moment, I can put pressure on my broken right leg at 25 percent. For Melbourne late March I will have 80 percent, but that's enough for racing".