David Salom says he is yet to firm his plans for the 2015 season despite being on the cusp of the 2014 World Superbike Championship EVO title.

The Spaniard was enlisted by the factory Kawasaki Racing team to ride a third EVO-specification ZX-10R in an effort to get a head-start on original plans by the WSBK series to adopt EVO-inspired regulations for 2015.

It is an endeavour that has yielded substantial success for the experienced racer, with Salom destined to wrap up the EVO title in Qatar having finished all-but-one race in 2014, which has in turn opened up a 30 point advantage over closest rival Niccolo Canepa.

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However, with the new regulations set to adopt a middle ground between EVO and the current framework, and Kawasaki poised to confirm Jonathan Rea alongside Tom Sykes for its rider line-up in 2015, Salom says he is currently seeking a ride.

"I don't have anything," he told Crash.net. "I spoke with Kawasaki, but [there is nothing] for the races. I spoke with other teams for next year and I have offers from Moto2. It is possible in Supersport, Superbike and Moto2.

Reflecting on his successful season, Salom is nonetheless pleased to have been a pivotal part of Kawasaki's development for both 2014 and beyond.

"This year we have improved the bike, though I don't know if next year the riders will like my bike," he jokes.
"Next year they have changed the rules, so I don't think it will be the same bike I am riding this year, it will be a bit better."

"The work for the team is most important. This is my job in Kawasaki, if we win the race and put one bike ahead in the championship, it is perfect and satisfaction for me, but I have high satisfaction to work with the team as a whole."

Salom can only lose the 2014 WBSK EVO title if Canepa finishes at least third in both races in Qatar and the Spaniard fails to score