Martin Whitmarsh will not resign as McLaren's team principal despite their current woes.
Instead of challenging for podium finishes and race victories, McLaren are fighting for points this season as their MP4-28 has lacked the pace of the frontrunners.
And although the team had hoped to close the gap in Spain where they brought various updates, any progress McLaren made was negated by their rivals' steps forward.
The team's woes have also led to rumours that former team boss Ron Dennis could return to the role in a bid to turn their ailing fortunes around.
Whitmarsh, though, has downplayed the reports.
"I don't believe it's been considered at board level at the moment, as far as I know," he told Reuters.
"I believe in the team, I believe we are going to power through this.
"So no, I am not considering anything other than getting this team back to where it belongs."
He added: "I've been around in the sport for a long time, [and] I think I've sat here in difficult, dark moments and sat here in good moments as well.
"I am sure we are going to win some more races and we're going to work hard to do that this year."