Flavio Briatore has refused to simply rule out speculation linking him with a role at Ferrari.
Recent rumours have suggested the former Renault team boss could be signed shortly by the Maranello based as a consultant, in view of possibly replacing Stefano Domenicali when the 'crashgate' ban lifts in 2013.
The flamboyant Italian was asked about the speculation by Onda Cero radio in the wake of last weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix.
"I am a Ferrari tifoso (supporter), but in life you never know -- anything can happen," said Briatore, who is still involved in the management of Fernando Alonso's career.
In 2005 and 2006, Alonso won his two world championships at Renault under Briatore rule.
Briatore insisted: "I think Fernando Alonso can win the championship at Ferrari without Flavio Briatore.
He is one of the few great drivers with Senna, Prost and Schumacher
"Fernando deserves to be the best driver in history. He has decided to be with Ferrari until the end of his career and I hope he can get the cars to win more titles than (Michael) Schumacher," he added.
Briatore said he rates the newly 30-year-old Spaniard higher than any of his current rivals.
"If he had that car," he said, referring to the Red Bull RB7, "Fernando would be winning by a huge margin. He is one of the few great drivers with Senna, Prost and Schumacher."
As for the comparison with seven time world champion Schumacher, Briatore said: "They are two totally different drivers.
"Fernando is a little better, because when Michael becomes depressed, he falls back, while in the same situation Fernando's concentration sharpens."