Cal Crutchlow played down predictions that he could announce his 2014 MotoGP plans this weekend in Germany.
The Monster Yamaha Tech 3 star is the highest placed rider out of contract at the end of this year and has been closely linked with a move to Ducati as a full factory rider.
“At the moment I don't have anything on the table,” said Crutchlow at the Sachsenring on Thursday.
“Of course we're talking to as many teams as possible but at the moment I know nothing. So I have to concentrate on the job I'm doing because maybe last year that never went to plan. I never concentrated enough on the racing in the middle of the season.
“I think we're in a very strong position, for sure. Maybe we'll know something soon, but we have to wait for all the other riders to announce, like all the Moto2 riders that are coming up [to MotoGP]…”
Crutchlow, who took his first MotoGP pole last time at Assen, is currently fourth in the world championship with three podiums from the past four rounds.
Asked if he viewed his third place at Assen as a lost opportunity to claim his first MotoGP win, Crutchlow replied:
“It was an opportunity missed, but I could look at every race as an opportunity missed because I haven't won yet!
“For sure I felt we had a good pace, but only at the end of the race and that is too late. We need to look at the bike and also myself, I need to improve as a rider and try and do a few things differently.”
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