Despite offers to return to Moto2, Iker Lecuona is aiming to stay on bigger bikes with MotoGP his preference. 

The Tech 3 KTM rider is currently without a seat for next season, and while Yamaha have one spot left alongside Andrea Dovizioso for 2022, that is expected to go the way of Darryn Binder (favourite for the seat) or even Jake Dixon. 

Therefore a move away from MotoGP is most likely at present, but what would a departure from the pinnacle of two-wheel racing look like. 

Well, Lecuona has himself confirmed Moto2 offers are on the table, however, the 21 year-old is adamant of staying on bigger machinery, meaning a switch to World Superbike could be possible. 

There are both factory (Honda) and satellite options available in WorldSBK with Ducati, BMW and Kawasaki as possible openings. 

Speaking about his future, Lecuona added: "I have offers for Moto2 or other championships, but my target is to stay here in the MotoGP class. 

"If I cannot stay here, I think I will change championships. My target is to continue with the road bike, a big bike, I don’t know what will happen in the future. 

"I need to wait, but for sure my target now is to stay focused and finish the year well." 

After a difficult first half to 2021, Lecuona has begun to show better potential with sixth and seventh in the last two races. 

Next up is a third home race of the season in Aragon as Lecuona aims to ‘simply keep my spirit’. 

"For Aragón this weekend, I simply want to keep my spirit. With my sixth and my seventh position in Austria and England I reached my best results to date and I’m very happy about these last races. So I really hope I can just continue that way," added Lecuona.