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Sebastian Vettel insists that he is pretty happy at Ferrari, despite speculation that he is frustrated and looking for a way out of the team. [url=http://www.soccerfrancenationalshop.us/Raphael-Varane-France-Jersey/]Raphael Varane Jersey[/url] . Vettel has endured a difficult 2016 season and has recently been linked with a move to Mercedes.But according to Sky Italys Antonio Boselli, Vettel is likely to sign new Ferrari contract with the Germans commitment to the Scuderia showing no sign of wavering. I think he is happy staying with Ferrari. He has another year of a contract and then he has an option which will end in 2019 - and they might even continue until 2020, Boselli told Sky Sports News HQ.Vettel himself has dismissed speculation, including quotes attributed to his former boss Christian Horner in the German media, that he wanted to leave for Mercedes:Let me tell you, there is nothing to it. I am pretty happy where I am, he told the official F1 website.I dont think Im telling a secret when I say that all at Ferrari are not satisfied with how the 2016 season has started.Ferrari are yet to win a Grand Prix this season, with Red Bulls Max Verstappen the only man to break the Mercedes domination in terms of race wins.Vettel has also begun to slide down the standings, currently sitting in fifth place 70 points behind championship leader Nico Rosberg, and with his title hopes disintegrating. Perhaps surprisingly, he doesnt appear to be targeting wins immediately, instead focusing on getting back in the top three more regularly:Our goals are still high - nothing has changed in that. We are all determined to bring Ferrari back to where it belongs: up there on the podium.It is always possible to win - thats why we are here! If we already knew who is going to win it would be a waste of time, effort and money to come here.I am far away from calling [this season] a failure. I am very convinced that we are on the right path and to run through the paddock with worry lines would be the totally wrong thing to do. Vettel still has 18 months to run on his current deal with Ferrari after leaving Red Bull two years ago.The project Ferrari and Vettel have together is a long term project, said Boselli. Right now it is a tough time for Ferrari and Vettel. This year their beginning of the season has been rough for both.The car has not been performing as expected but I think the commitment is long term and Vettel will continue because he wants to achieve a title with Ferrari because it is special, probably more special than with Red Bull.However, Vettels team boss Maurizio Arrivabene says its too early to discuss a new contract, despite being satisfied with the way they work together.He is happy to be with us and we are happy to work together, so I believe that its way too early to talk about this.Let us work on it, for sure this is our goal. Ferrari always face intense scrutiny in the media, especially in Italy, and rumours about changes in the team structure have been rife this season, with speculation that technical director James Allison could leave the team.Vettel says he doesnt know where things stand in terms of Allison, but admits he does make his feelings known about how members of the team are performing:You probably you all know more than I do. Lets wait and see.[Getting involved in personnel issues] is not actually part of my job description - but, of course, I make suggestions. Ive been around long enough to know one or the other person and of course things like that happen behind the scenes.You sit, you talk - one or the other name is dropped… But dont get me wrong: we have an enormous pool of talented young people in Maranello. Ted Kravitz sits down with Sebastian Vettel to review his time in F1 since making the switch from Red Bull to Ferrari. 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"And Canadian athletes, I think, among NBA players and NBA people, perhaps dont want it as much as even some of the Europeans, and certainly the American players." Nash, a two-time NBA MVP and the general manager of Canadas senior mens squad, was in town for a three-day camp before the team departed for a European exhibition series. He responded to Whitlocks comments after the teams final practice. "Its a wonderful sweeping generalization, really good. Hit it on the head there," Nash said. The 40-year-old, who broke into the league during the 1996-97 season with the Phoenix Suns, admitted he had to overcome knocks in his game as a young player making a name for himself. He said Wiggins will have to learn to silence his critics too. "I had to prove that I was athletic enough to play in the NBA," said the Los Angeles Lakers point guard. "His athleticism isnt a question, theyre worrying about his motivation and desire. "Hell overcome it. Hell take that criticism, like he always has over the last four or five years, and overcome it. Theres times where wed always like to see him show a little more alpha male, but when the games on the line, I never see him turn away slights as motivation and hell overcome it." When asked about the perception in the NBA that Canadian players are not tough enough or eager enough, Canada head coach Jay Triano had a differing opinion. "Steves pretty tough to play and be able to do what hes doing," Triano said. "I think Tristan (Thompson) is a tough player. Robert Sacre is a tough player. Maybe well go on this trip and drop the gloves a little bit and create tthat hockey mentality then well define ourselves a little bit better. [url=http://www.soccerfrancenationalshop.us/Stephane-Ruffier-France-Jersey/]Stephane Ruffier France Jersey[/url]. " Triano added that the upcoming 11-game, 20-day European road trip will play a big part in defining his teams toughness. "Were going to be playing against men who are representing their country and getting ready to play in the (World Cup) on their soil," said Triano. "This isnt going to be easy. Well find out a little bit about our toughness while were on this trip and I think its something that will evolve as these players get more experience." On Tuesday, Canada Basketball announced its 15-man roster for the exhibition trip, which includes Cory Joseph (San Antonio), Andrew Nicholson (Orlando), Kelly Olynyk (Boston) and Robert Sacre (Lakers). Noticeably absent from the roster are the likes of Wiggins and Anthony Bennett (Cleveland) and Tyler Ennis (Phoenix). Both Ennis and Bennett have been around the three-day training camp, but did not participate. "Maybe next summer when the Olympics are on the line, we can get everybody together, but were talking about so many dynamics: the schedule, bodies, what their (NBA) clubs want, what their teams feel is best for them at this time in their career," said Nash. "Even the guys that arent on the trip, AB (Bennett), Tyler came by today, Tristan last night. Guys want to be a part of it. "I think were going to have a great turnout next summer when it really matters and weve got enough guys here this summer for it to make a difference." The team departed for its four-city road trip on Tuesday. Canada opens Thursday against Slovenia and will also play in Croatia, Italy and Spain before returning home Aug. 13. Canada will play games against World Cup host Spain and qualifiers Slovenia, Ukraine, Croatia (twice), Serbia, Turkey and Angola. They will also play exhibition games with non-qualifiers Georgia, Italy and Bosnia. 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