It is believed that, thanks to his solid return to F1 this year and the backing of the German computer company Medion, Force India has elected to retain the 30-year-old.
“I know where I’ll be,” the German is quoted by Brazil’s Totalrace, “but I can’t talk about it right now.
“It should not take too long,” Sutil added on Thursday, “but we’re almost in November, so I can say in a week or two.
“But the important thing is that I know,” he said.
Asked if he is happy with his plans for 2014, Sutil smiled broadly and added: “Look at my face.”
“I don’t think I’m worried about it,” Scot di Resta is quoted by the PA Sport news agency.
“At the end of the day I think I have had some remarkable results this year but I think it is just unfortunately a difficult time at the moment.
“I think they (Force India) said they would give an impression after India. I would certainly like to think there would be a decision before (December),” he added.