Jenson Button has reiterated his desire to remain with McLaren next season, saying he wants to end his career on a "high."
Button joined McLaren back in 2010, the year after winning his Drivers' Championship title with Brawn GP, which had its roots in Honda.
The Brit has failed to repeat that success with the Woking team with his best result in the Championship a runner-up finish in 2011.
And although McLaren have not had the pace to challenge Mercedes to date this season, the 34-year-old says he is enjoying the racing too much to walk away.
"I definitely want to be in F1. This sort of season does not make you want to retire," Button told the Daily Mail.
"If you do...
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