The Midland F1 Racing team are hoping to secure a long-term partnership with engine suppliers Toyota, according to MF1's managing director Colin Kolles.
Midland joined forces with Toyota last season, the Japanese outfit supplying engines to another team for the first time since making their Formula One debut.
Kolles said the team were pleased with their partnership and admitted he wants it to continue.
"We want to grow with Toyota and we want to keep a close relationship," said Kolles at the launch of Midland's new car. "And the relationship is not decreasing at the moment, it is increasing.
"So I cannot complain at the moment. We are bound more together than last year, so for me there is no issue at the moment."
The Williams team, who are using Cosworth engines this year, have been linked with a Toyota engine supply next season, and a deal would possibly mean the Japanese manufacturer would end their partnership with Midland.
Kolles, however, claimed he was not worried about the rumours.
"I don't have any signs from Toyota that they don't want to continue with us. I am not scared about the engine situation to be honest. I am not concerned at all."