Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen has admitted he believes he has "two options" on the table as to where he can drive in 2014.

The 2007 world champion has a contract with Lotus until the end of the season and the Enstone based team are keen to extend the Finn's stay.

However, speculation has linked Red Bull to a possible move for Raikkonen as a replacement for Mark Webber who looks set to leave the current world champions at the end of the season.

The 'Iceman' has been the most impressive so far this year taking advantage of the E21's ability to look after the tyres. He has scored four podiums from five races including the win at the opening round in Australia. 

He currently sits second in the driver's standings behind Sebastian Vettel and is again being tipped to shine in Monaco this weekend.

Speaking about his future Raikkonen told Italy's Autosprint:  "It depends. I would say that I have two, but in F1 you never know exactly.

"I've been here (in F1) long enough to know that the only thing that matters is finding the right situation for yourself," he replied, when asked how he will come to his final decision.

Kimi does face competition for the seat at Red Bull from Toro Rosso's Daniel Ricciardo. The young Australian has impressed in recent races taking solid points finishes in China and Spain.

He is also a member of Red Bull's young driver program and with Toro Rosso's drivers normally given two years to show what they can do, this year is very important for Ricciardo as well as team-mate Jean-Eric Vergne.

Despite the interest elsewhere Raikkonn's manager Steve Robertson believes Raikkonen is the biggest target currently in F1.

"Kimi has done a brilliant job with Lotus so it's no secret that, at the moment, he is the hottest driver available for next year," he told Finnish newspaper Turun Sanomat.

"You know what a good job a driver is doing when a team (Lotus) starts talking so early about next year," added Robertson.

"I am not saying if there are more teams interested (in Raikkonen) but, for sure, a driver as competitive as Kimi is right now is always very much in the attention of all the top teams," he said.

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