Steve Kean refused to be drawn on the agenda of his meeting with Blackburn's owners in India this week after his relegated side finished the season with a 2-1 defeat at Chelsea.
Rovers boss Kean is set to fly out to the sub-continent to meet the Venky's owners and discuss a tumultuous season that has seen the club relegated and further blighted by fan protests against the running of the club.
Last week deputy chief executive officer Paul Hunt was sacked, in the wake of apparent leaked documents regarding the way the club was being managed.
One of the items reportedly up for discussion this week is the promotion of press officer Paul Agnew to the vacated post, with Kean apparently set to push his name forward.
Agnew told Press Association Sport on Sunday he "did not know anything" about those reports, while Kean chose to deflect questions when he was quizzed about the subject.
"I don't want to (talk about the speculation)", said Kean, who had to fend off similar queries regarding Agnew 12 months ago.
"I want to go out and speak with the owners. All the detail that went on last season with the rebuild program will stay within the club and we'll move forward. That's the only task now.
"I'll fly out next week and we'll make sure we continue the talks that we've already had and build the squad, a competitive squad, as quick as we can.
"I do that every season."
Kean admitted last week's apparent leaked documents had further overshadowed a disappointing season.
With a difficult rebuilding job ahead in the summer, with the likes of star name Junior Hoilett set to leave, Kean said he was determined to make sure that his work over the coming months remained private.
"Any type of things that are leaked and speculation, you are going to get. You have to deal with that," he said.
"Over the course of the season there has been a lot of speculation that has been way off the mark. Some that's been spot on.
"I would agree, we need to keep our business close.
"We will be speaking about that face-to-face. I think that's the best way to discuss it."