Jess Varnish says she hopes to regain her place on the Great Britain cycling team for the 2016 Olympic Games.
Sprint rider Varnish, 25, was dropped in April after failing to qualify in the team sprint for the Rio Games through the World Championships.
"I maintain that I am a world-class athlete and have the ability to win more medals," she said.
Australian Sutton, 58, has rejected accusations of using sexist and discriminatory language towards elite cyclists.
Varnish said she plans to meet new GB performance director Andy Harrison when she returns from training in Australia.
She also said she had spoken with British Cycling and UK Sport, offering her full support in their respective investigations into allegations of sexism in the sport.
Varnish, who has won sprint medals at World, European and Commonwealth championships since 2011, claims that, during the two-year Olympic qualifying process, she:
- gained more qualifying points than any other British female sprint rider;
- consistently performed in the top five in the world for lap-one times in the team sprint;
- qualified for the Olympic places for Great Britain in the individual sprint and Keirin.
She added: "I still maintain that the decision not to renew my contract was not down to performance.
"Prior to the 2016 World Championships, I was not once told that I was underperforming.
"The first I knew that the coaches had an issue with my performance levels, or training data, was five days after the 2016 World Championships, when I was told I wouldn't be getting a new contract over the phone.
"It has been a dream for me ever since London 2012 to compete and be successful in Rio."