The defender says it will take a collective effort to thwart the Barcelona star and that his side have their sights firmly set on upsetting the World Cup hostsColombia's Pablo Armero is banking on a collective defensive effort to nullify the threat of Neymar in Friday's World Cup quarter-final against Brazil.
Barcelona star Neymar has scored four goals in four games at the tournament and was singled out by the 22-year-old as the biggest threat to Colombia's chances of winning the quarter-final clash.
However, full-back Armero is confident of marginalising the talented forward so long as everyone remains focused on their task.
"If we're going to nullify the threat posed by Neymar, then everyone in the team will have to lend a helping hand to the players marking him," Armero told FIFA.com.
"We need to stick together and not lose our focus. We're a compact side, and we know that when we all play for each other we tend to get results."
Colombia may have entered the World Cup as little more than outsiders, but, led by the hugely impressive James Rodriguez, Jose Pekerman's side have emerged as genuine contenders.
And Armero insists that Colombia are not just in the last eight to make up the numbers.
"We are working hard to go as far as we can," he added.
"We knew from the very first game that it wasn't going to be easy, and our approach is to take things one step at a time.
"We haven't come here to enjoy ourselves but to give our all and go for glory."