A McLaren spokesperson told the Guardian newspaper Button had indeed stopped by for a tour of the outfit?s facilities, but said it was simply to say a ?quick hello?.
Richard Goddard, Button?s manager, however, was much more forthright, admitting his client is considering all available options.
?As I've said many times before, Jenson wants to drive a car which is capable of winning the next world championship,? he said to the Guardian.
?We've been talking about possible terms for 2010 with Brawn for months and we're not being difficult or unreasonably expensive in our demands for Jenson. In fact we've given up quite a lot of negotiating ground in our discussions with them.
?I think it's also important that Jenson wants to feel valued in whatever situation he finds himself next season. He needs to explore all the feasible options.?
Brawn GP is believed to have already signed Nico Rosberg, and with Mercedes moving to purchase the team outright, appear to have a bright future.