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"So we are therefore in no rush to announce anyone without establishing what will be the best for our team and the future."
Following a two-year sabbatical in rallying after leaving Ferrari at the end of 2009, Raikkonen returned to Formula One with Lotus at the start of last season.
The 2007 world champion helped the team back on to the top step of the podium, initially in Abu Dhabi last season and Australia at the start of this year's campaign.
Boullier paid tribute to the Finn but made it clear he was confident Lotus can still thrive without him.
"Two years ago, when we decided to sign him, quite a few people thought we were crazy," he said.
"We've been working with an amazing racer, who scored points for the team 27 times in a row and won two races.
"But we've had (Michael) Schumacher, (Fernando) Alonso, Raikkonen. New champions will join the list here soon I'm sure."