Australia's Daniel Ricciardo ruled out joining Mercedes next year to replace world champion Nico Rosberg, saying he is happy at Red Bull.
Mercedes are yet to name Lewis Hamilton's new partner, although reports say they are close to securing Valtteri Bottas from Williams.
Ricciardo, who finished third in the 2016 drivers' championship behind Rosberg and Hamilton, said he wasn't about to jump ship.
"I've got two more years at Red Bull. That's where I'm going to be," he told reporters in Perth.
"There's a lot of people that are tempted to jump into that (Mercedes) seat, and you don't blame them. I just hope whoever gets it appreciates it.
It's a damn good one. But for me, you'll see me at Albert Park (Melbourne) in a Red Bull." Mercedes are not expected to announce Rosberg's replacement until the new year.
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