Red Bull team boss Christian Horner says Daniil Kvyat will remain with the squad into 2016, assuming the outfit wraps up an engine deal for next season.
Kvyat made his Formula 1 debut with Toro Rosso in 2014 and was promoted to Red Bull in the wake of Sebastian Vettel's departure to rivals Ferrari.
Kvyat claimed his maiden podium finish in Hungary and occupies seventh in the championship, having racked up 88 points to the 84 scored by team-mate Daniel Ricciardo.
"Ricciardo's contract is fixed and all the options are on our side with Kvyat," explained Horner.
"He's doing great. So long as we're here, he'll be in the car next year."
Red Bull's future still remains uncertain as it has yet to complete a deal regarding an engine supply for 2016.