As much as Robert Kubica would love to return to the Formula 1 grid in the future, the Pole admitted that the Haas F1 Team was not among the teams seeking him out.
Kubica is assuming a development role with Williams this season that has seen him run in several Friday free practice sessions with the Grove-based outfit.
The 33-year-old isn't denying ongoing talks to eventually land a race seat in F1 next year, but Haas team boss Guenther Steiner's number isn't on his speed dial.
"I do not read gossip," Bobby K told Eleven Sports at Hockenheim.
"I have always preferred to do things quietly. I am having some conversations, but not with Haas. At the moment I am not talking to them."
He could however be talking to Force India, with paddock pundits suggesting the Silverstone-based outfit - which is currently struggling to make ends meet - could field Kubica and Lance Stroll in the future following a the team's potential change of ownership.
"I do not know if Lance (Stroll) is going there, so at the moment it's pointless to look ahead and create stories," said Kubica.
"I'm not saying yes and I'm not saying no about who I'm talking to.
"It won't be easy, because many young drivers with big budgets and opportunities want to get into F1, and there are teams that require money," he added.
"So there are some limits and some that end there."