Felipe Massa believes he will drive for Williams in Formula 1 next year, although he denied a new deal has already been finalised.
The Brazilian joined the Grove team from Ferrari for the start of the 2014 season, and his contract comes to an end at the end of 2015.
Williams, however, has an option on his contract, and the Brazilian sees no reason why the team would not take it up.
"I hope so! Nothing has changed at the moment," Massa said during Thursday's press conference when asked if he would stay at Williams.
"I don't see why I should not be there.
"I really enjoy working with the team. The team is really respecting me 100 per cent and I think I am enjoying the way I work with them."
Although Brazilian media wrote this week Massa has already signed a new contract, the Williams driver said the reports were premature.
"What people wrote a few days ago or maybe a week ago, I don't think this guy has the right information," he added.
"I think he just put in the paper. I believe I will drive for Williams next year but maybe the chance this guy is correct is bigger."