Lotus driver Romain Grosjean says he has made a decision on his Formula 1 future, though has yet to reveal his 2016 plans.
Grosjean made his Formula 1 debut with the Enstone-based team in 2009 when it was owned by Renault and has been with the outfit since it was re-branded as Lotus in 2012.
Uncertainty over Lotus' future has led to suggestions that Renault will make a return as a full works-team, though a decision has not yet been made.
Speaking ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, Grosjean revealed that his future is sorted, but that his plans are not yet ready to be made public.
"I think the only thing I can tell you is that I’ve made my decision," he said.
"Everything is clear in my head and I know what’s happening in the future but I can’t tell you more."
Current Lotus team-mate Pastor Maldonado was also reserved over his future, simply saying "I hope so, we’ll see," when asked whether he would remain with the team into 2016.