Writing in response to fans' questions about his future team-mate, Alonso said: "It's not possible for me to talk of any name for next year because I have a lot of respect for Felipe.
"We've been working very hard and close for four years to give Ferrari the maximum.
"Whatever decision the team will take will be good for me, and we will keep working to give Ferrari the best results possible."
Ferrari is expected to announce its driver plans imminently, with the team having deliberately waited until after its home race in Italy to finalise the matter.
Lotus is still pushing to convince Raikkonen to stay, and it is understood that the outfit has had no indication so far that those efforts have failed.
A Ferrari decision to sign Raikkonen would be a change of policy at the team, which has based most of its efforts around Alonso and his title ambitions in recent years.
There has been talk that Alonso is unhappy about the mooted arrival of Raikkonen because of the potential compromises it would have on his own championship hopes.
However, despite widespread rumours that he was considering options elsewhere, Alonso insisted that Ferrari was his focus.
"It's a way of living," he said. "My team, my second family, my friends."
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