SALZBURG, AUSTRIA - JUNE 29: Daniel Ricciardo of Australia and Red Bull Racing speaks with members of the media after a Red Bull Racing media flight to Hangar 7 on June 29, 2016 in Salzburg, Austria. (Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images)

Australian Daniel Ricciardo says he will not make a move to Ferrari next season, despite ongoing reports to the contrary.

Rumours have been circling for much of the season that Ricciardo will leave Red Bull at the end of the season.

However, the Australian has categorically ruled out a move from the manufacturer, denying the rumours linking him to the prancing horse.

"I can confidently say now that I will still be here in 2017. And I am with Red Bull for a couple of years beyond this one," Ricciardo said.

"The only reason I would look elsewhere would be to fight for a world title, not appealing to jump ship for something that isn't better.

"I was very honest when I got asked if I'd had contact (with Ferrari) and I said I honestly hadn't. It's all just been through the media. The conversations never took place."

"But I guess, even if I am under contract, I'm a driver that's probably considered by some teams."

Ricciardo joined Red Bull in 2014 after two season with Torro Rosso.