The Austrian said he believes the Dutch ace is “very happy” at his current team, and stressed that Mercedes “are not looking for a driver.”
“I think that Verstappen and his entourage are very happy where they are,” Wolff said.
He added that Formula 1’s driver market is currently fairly stable, and he isn’t expecting a big shake-up going in 2022 as most drivers are already under contract.
“Red Bull is their team and is their home, and why not keep it like that? I think we have our plans with our drivers, and Ferrari has a great line-up, and Lando Norris at McLaren looks pretty settled, so I think the trajectory is set.
“We’re not looking for a driver,” Wolff reiterated.
His comments come as Mercedes are yet to decide who will partner Sir Lewis Hamilton next year.
The Brit inked a two-year contract extension earlier this season, but his team-mate, Valtteri Bottas, is under threat of losing his seat to George Russell.
Wolff said they are planning to make a decision during F1’s summer shutdown, with the team having a “variety of options” to consider for 2022.
“We want to take the decision in the summer [break],” Wolff said.
“There are a variety of opinions also within the team and the Daimler board, and we just need to stick our heads together and say, ‘Okay, what is everybody thinking?’” he concluded.