The Blaugrana supremo rules out leaving the club in the near future as his predecessor, Sandro Rosell, did, while stressing that he has a good relationship with Florentino PerezBarcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu insists that he will not resign even if he is implicated in the lawsuit surrounding Neymar's move to the club from Santos last summer.
Bartomeu's predecessor, Sandro Rosell, left Barca on January 23 after a judge agreed to hear a case against him, following a complaint lodged by club member Jordi Cases about the deal to take Neymar to Camp Nou.
The 51-year-old has stepped in for the remainder of Rosell's term - until 2016 - and also revealed that he would not bring presidential elections forward, arguing that the existing board deserve to remain in place.
Investigations into the Neymar deal relate to alleged misappropriation of funds during the transfer, which saw the Brazil forward's former club Santos receive only €17.1 million (£14.2m) of the reported €57.1m (£47.4m) transfer free.
Reports have suggested that Bartomeu and vice-president Javier Faus could be caught up in the case but the Barca supremo is adamant that he would not consider resignation if he were to be implicated.
"I'm not considering resigning and I'm not worried if that [being included in the lawsuit] happens," Bartomeu told Onda Cero.
"The signing of Neymar was exemplary; there was nothing obscure about it and it has already been explained with complete clarity. What's important is that we have him with us and now we have to enjoy him.
"There is no evidence that there is anything or anyone behind the member's lawsuit, only a personal opinion."
Reports had suggested that Real Madrid president Florentino Perez had tipped Cases off over the transfer's details, which has been strongly refuted by Los Blancos, and Bartomeu says that there is no bad blood between Barca's hierarchy and the Madrid supremo.
"We get on well, we're opponents on the pitch and we compete off it," he stated, "but there are also issues on which we have to go hand in hand. We have had a cordial relationship for years."