Valtteri Bottas has again reiterated his desire to stay with Williams for the 2014 F1 season, despite a challenging debut season with the Grove-based team.

Bottas has so far failed to score as Williams struggles to get to grips with the FW32, but has impressed many with his performances on track alongside team-mate Pastor Maldonado.

Claire Williams has been amongst those to sing the praises of the rookie and while he said his future has still to be decided, Bottas said he was keen to stay for next year.

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"I think we still have to see," he said. "It's always best to ask the team, they know the best what they are going to do but at the moment I'm very confident with Williams and comfortable and really would like to continue."

Looking to the weekend ahead in Singapore and his first taste of F1 under lights, Bottas said his target was very much to open his points account, with the street race giving him a strong opportunity to push towards the top ten.

"Our goal is points," he said. "This track is a lot different from Monza. We were not really strong there but this is different and it means we can be stronger here. The team was very strong here last year actually, so really hope this track suits our car. We have some little updates and if they work I really think it is possible to fight for the points in the race."