Pedro de la Rosa is still chasing a 2011 Formula One race-seat, although admits a lack of finances is hampering his efforts.
De la Rosa returned to F1 racing with Sauber this season, swapping his McLaren test driver role for a full-time race-seat.
But his stay was short-lived as Sauber dropped after the Italian GP in favour of signing Nick Heidfeld.
The Spaniard, though, is determined to find a place on next year's grid.
"At the moment, to be honest, I have no idea what I will do next year," he told Autosport.
"Obviously I'm talking to everyone that might have a seat available. But the question really is that it will always be my decision where I can go.
"I'm not sure at this point what will be best for my future. It very much depends on what is the project behind each team."
Asked whether he had spoken with Hispania Racing, he said: "I have, yes. For me, everything will depend on what their sporting project is. If it's interesting, I will go for it. Or if it's not, or I perceive it as not being, I will not waste my time.
"Whatever I do, I always do 100 percent. I put a lot of passion into things. Whatever I do, I will do it with passion. And if I go to Hispania, I would want to feel the same."
However, the 38-year-old revealed that a lack of financial backing is hampering his efforts.
"What I know for sure is that if I had money I would 100 percent be able to be racing. It's always been like that, but I would say next year is one of the worst I've ever seen in terms of how the teams are selling their race drives.
"But we will see, it's still early days and I'm not in a rush. Whatever I do, I want to do it properly. I don't want to be rushed into anything."