Four-time World Champion Vettel has had a difficult season with Ferrari, failing to win a single race this season and his place as the team's first driver is under question given Charles Leclerc's impressive form. Vettel has also been embroiled in several controversial moments this season, being given a time penalty in Canada and wiping Max Verstappen out at the British Grand Prix to name a few.
These incidents, combined with Ferrari's inability to properly challenge Mercedes has led to rumours of Vettel questioning his future in the sport. However his boss, Mattia Binotto believes the German is fully committed to the team and the sport.
"I think that Sebastian is very happy at the moment," Binotto said as quoted by GP Fans.
He would've been happier if he was winning races and having more performance in the car.
"But I see that he is still really willing to race to win, I think it's his dream and unique objective to win with Ferrari.
"So, no doubt that he's looking at the future as a person with full commitment and interest."