Jenson Button could yet switch from McLaren to Williams, but the Briton has put back a decision on his Formula One future.
Jenson Button has revealed a decision on his future in Formula One will not be made for "a couple of months", with speculation he could be in a Williams seat in 2016.
Button, whose first season in F1 was with Williams in 2000, has thrown a question mark on his future after he admitted seeing out his two-year contract extension with McLaren was no given.
With just four points to his name in nine races in 2015, Button has not ruled out returning to his former garage - which could have an opening if Valtteri Bottas gets poached by Ferrari.
"I have had a lot of questions thrown at me today about what l am doing next year, but l have not thought about anything," Button told Sky Sports F1.
"I just have to get my head down and work on improving the car.
"In a couple of months we will talk about what happens next year."