Although reportedly frustrated with the performance of his red car, the Spaniard is scheduled to stay at Maranello for two more years.
He has been linked with a return to McLarenÂ for the British team's works Honda foray beginning next year, but rumours have also hinted at a staggering nine-digit sum for a new Ferrari deal beyond 2016.
"The question is why there are these exaggerated and out-of-context informations out there to damage my image," he added, "but it is not important."
It was not clear that he was pointing the finger at Ferrari, but in Belgium on Thursday he did question boss Marco Mattiacci's assertion that the team is plotting a course back to the top by creating a culture more willing to take risks.
"For years I hear that we have to take more risks," Alonso is quoted by Italy's Autosprint.
"At the end of 2011 I heard these messages, and in 2012 we introduced the pullrod suspension at the front.
"But that's not the point," he insisted. "The point is to make sure that everything works together, improving not only the car but also the factory and the facilities."
"Whether the number is true or not has nothing to do with the current market," the German answered.
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