Pastor Maldonado says he is suffering from bad luck at the moment but is sure he will once again be back on the top step of the podium.
The Williams driver has failed to score points at any of the four races since he took victory at the Spanish Grand Prix in May.
Since then the Venezuelan has found himself called to face the stewards in Monaco after clashing with Sergio Perez during Practice 3, after the European Grand Prix following a coming together with Lewis Hamilton and at the British Grand Prix after another incident with Perez.
However, the 27-year-old insists the clashes are down to misfortune and is sure things will improve before the end of the season.
"I am passing through a bad and unlucky moment," Maldonado told Autosport
"I haven't got any points after the victory, and it is frustrating, but the Championship is long.
"We have lost a lot of points, but we have everything in the right place to get some points from the next race and the second part of the season.
"We can recover and it is not the end of the season. I have a lot of confidence in the team and they have confidence in me and we need to keep on pushing."