Robert Kubica's manager has admitted the rumours of the Polish drivers move to Ferrari are more the desire of some than actual facts.
Kubica has been linked to a possible move to the Italian stable for next year's Championship as Felipe Massa's replacement. However, Ferrari have stated that they are looking to re-sign the Brazilian while Kubica's manager admits there is not much truth to the matter.
"It appears it is rather a desire of some journalists than actual news," his manager Daniele Morelli told Finland's Turun Sanomat.
"It seems that many would like to see Robert with Fernando Alonso at Ferrari."
Kubica, who joined Renault from BMW at the start of this year, has had a stellar start to his campaign, scoring points in six of seven grands prix to claim to sixth place in the Drivers' Championship.
"Robert does not make mistakes and the results he's achieved have been the best that he as able to in a car that isn't capable of winning," added Morelli.
"Right now we do not need any interest in Robert expect the interest from his own team so that the car can be developed to become more competitive."