The Norwegian stopped rallying last season, preferring to compete with his own team in the European Rallycross Championship when it became clear that there was no full-time factory WRC seat for him.
But Solberg will attend next weekend's Rally Finland for meetings that he hopes will start a path back into the WRC.
"Nothing has changed in the way I feel about the sport," said Solberg. "This will always be the special sport for me and I do feel I really have a lot to offer in the World Rally Championship.
"It's true that I stopped before I was ready to stop, but now I am talking again and I want to see what I can make happen in time for next season."
Having spent three seasons as a winless privateer, Solberg is only too aware of the need for a factory drive to win regularly.
"As much as I want to come back to the WRC," Solberg added, "It has to be done absolutely properly.
"When I was talking about this season, I always said that I wanted the chance to win the championship and that meant doing all of the rallies.
"I know I still have the speed and it's been frustrating as hell to sit on the sidelines and watch this year."
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