Jenson Button says he is targeting victory at the Italian Grand Prix despite having qualified down in sixth position.
The championship leader admitted he has been pleased with the handling of his Brawn car all weekend, and claimed he has a strategy to go for first place on Sunday.
"I'm happy," said Button, who has scored just 11 points in the last five races.
"All weekend I've been pretty happy with the car, and it got better in qualifying. It went well on both high fuel and low fuel.
"I think we can go well from there [sixth]. My teammate slightly pipped me, by 15 hundredths, which is a pain, but we're in a good position.
"I want to go out there and win this race. We've done the best strategy not to just score points but to do the best job we can this weekend. I think our strategy is good and I'm looking forward to it."
Button admitted, however, that he is concerned about the KERS-equipped cars around him, something he reckons could pose a problem as they could compromise his strategy.
The Briton will start right in front of Fernando Alonso in the Renault, which is one of six cars using KERS this weekend.
"The KERS cars will make it difficult at the start," Button said. "I'm sure Alonso will be trying to fight his way through at the start. We've just got to hope that we're running more fuel than them."