continues to consider the possibility of a one-off Formula One appearance for Toro Rosso at the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
The five-time titleholder, who still drives in the World Rally Championship for Citroen, was recently linked with Sebastien Bourdais'
Toro Rosso cockpit. Jaime Alguersuari ultimately landed the vacant seat while 35-year-old Loeb and Citroen played down the F1 rumours.
Earlier on Thursday Toro Rosso Team Principal Franz Tost clarified that signing Loeb for a full-time position was never considered.
However Sebasien Loeb has now admitted his interest in a one-off race with the Faenza-based team in November's season finale, even if the Frenchman rules out a full-time switch to F1 for 2010.
"If I do Abu Dhabi - and at the moment nothing is done for this - it would be too late in the season for me to change my mind for next year," Loeb is quoted as saying by Britain's Daily Telegraph.
"I'm sure (in November) I will have signed for Citroen next year and I would have already begun testing for the WRC," he added.
"I am keen to sign a contract with Citroen and that is the only negotiation that I am having at the moment. It would be a pleasure to drive in F1, but I don't know if I am able to do that or not."
The Toro Rosso operation belongs to Red Bull, which is also Citroen's major sponsor in the WRC.
Loeb clarified that his plans for 2010 involve rallying above anything else.
"I will take the opportunity for a race one day and I will be happy to do it," he insisted. "My job is for rallying next year and not F1. My priority is to stay in rallying."