Kimi Raikkonen has reiterated that it is up to Ferrari to decide whether he will remain with the team into 2016 having already signalled a desire to remain for another season.

On the back of his first podium finish since 2013 - and his first since re-joining Ferrari - in Bahrain, Raikkonen's chances of retaining his seat beyond 2015 appear to have improved, though team principal Maurizio Arrivabene admits he isn't prepared to agree an early deal only to see his form drop.

With this in mind, Raikkonen says he will continue to focus on himself and allow the team to come to its own conclusions over whether it feels he should remain.

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"It's for the team [to decide]," he said. "It's their decision and obviously it depends on whatever they feel is right or wrong. I don't think about it, we'll see what happens. There is only two choices and let's wait and see."

Though Raikkonen remains the favourite to retain his seat in 2016, fellow Finn Valtteri Bottas is tipped to potentially replace him in 2017.