Jenson Button says he is "not done yet" despite uncertainty over his future at McLaren following the last race of the 2014 season.

McLaren will not make an announcement on its driver line-up for next season until December 1 at the earliest, with Button vying with team-mate Kevin Magnussen for a seat as Fernando Alonso is set to join.

Following the last race of the season, Button took to Twitter to thank his fans and said he is determined to continue racing in F1.

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"After a tough start to the weekend for me it ended on a relative high, when you finish 5th you're never going to be totally happy but when you know you've got the maximum out off your package it puts a smile on your face," Button wrote.

"Whatever happens next year with my career I know I've done all I can on and off the track, it's been a pleasure to call McLaren my home for the last 5 years. A big thank you to all of my supporters over the years and especially the strength that you have given me the past year. I'm not done yet!! There's still so much I want to achieve in this sport".

Button also had words of praise for Lewis Hamilton after his former McLaren team-mate took his second world title in Abu Dhabi.

"A massive congrats to my old team mate and buddy Lewis Hamilton on his second title. 1 title is special 2 is spectacular!!"

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Hopefully JB will move to WEC, where there is better racing for both drivers and spectators.