The Brazil star has already won the competition with the Camp Nou club and is itching to lift the trophy again as he continues to help build a legacy at the club
Neymar has revealed his determination to win the Champions League with Barcelona again ahead of the Blaugrana's meeting with Manchester City on Wednesday.
The Camp Nou outfit welcome former player and manager Pep Guardiola to Camp Nou for the second time since the coach left the club to manager Bayern Munich in 2013.
And while the Premier League leaders present a sizeable challenge for the Spanish champions, Neymar is determined add to his trophy cabinet by winning the competition outright.
"I got to win the Champions League in my first season - but I am desperate to win it again," Neymar told Fox Sports. "When you win it you don't think that is a goal achieved, you think I want to keep on achieving this because it feels so good.
"If you look at some of the players at Barcelona that have been here a long time they have won title after title - that is what I want to achieve here - that is the legacy I want to help create."
Meanwhile Lionel Messi returned to action in Barcelona's 4-0 rout over Deportivo La Caruna on Saturday, scoring just three minutes after being introduced by manager Luis Enrique.
"With Messi it does not even look like he has been out injured," Neymar added. "He already looks back to his best."