Dani Sordo admits he is unsure on his plans for the 2014 World Rally Championship season having brought the curtain down on 2013 with a seventh place finish on Wales Rally GB.

The Spaniard endured a troubled start to his 2013 campaign which resulted in Citroen electing to replace him with Kris Meeke in Australia to allow the 30-year-old to 'take a step back and find some form on gravel away from the pressure'.

While he was able to finally open his win account in dramatic fashion at the 106th attempt with success in Germany, Sordo could only conclude the season fifth in the championship standings and despite being one of the drivers still in contention for a drive with Citroen again for 2014, he admitted he was currently unsure of what his future would hold.

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"It was very important for me to get a win this season and it was a fantastic feeling," he admitted to Crash.net in the service park during Wales Rally GB as he looked back at his season. "I was happy to finally get onto the top of the podium as it was a long time coming.

"[Despite that] I'm not sure at the moment what I will do next year; maybe I will be doing nothing. It is a difficult situation and we will have to see what happens."

Sordo's hopes of a strong finish in Wales were hit by a five minute penalty prior to the start for using a ninth chassis, which left him firmly on the back foot.

Running without problem throughout, Sordo was the only one of the Citroen drivers to make it to the finish and he admitted he had enjoyed his weekend in the Welsh forests.

"Although we weren't pushing really hard, we still enjoyed driving our DS3 WRC," he said. "These very fast stages are fun to drive when the grip is as good as it was today.

"It was important for me to complete a gravel rally without making any mistakes and by building up my confidence with each of the stages."