The Brazilian winger believes his side can compete with Europe's finest next season in the Champions League, despite failing to win the domestic title this term
Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Nene is confident that Carlo Ancelotti's side will be on the same level as elite clubs such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich when they potentially face these teams in next season's Champions League.
PSG finished second in Ligue 1 this campaign, three points behind Montpellier, but despite not claiming the league title with a star-studded squad, Nene believes that the Parisians can challenge the best teams in Europe next term when more big-name players arrive.
"This year we made many signings, and Leonardo will not stop there," he told Arena SporTV. "He wants to bring in more players.
"I think the team will be strong enough. We will be able to fight on equal terms with Barcelona, Real and Bayern."
Nene went on to state that he wants to continue his good form after finishing as joint top-scorer in the league with 21 goals, and hopes for the team to go one better in Ligue 1 next term.
"I hope to play at the same level I have this season," he said. "We want to go far in the Champions League, and hopefully win the title in France."
Although not yet confirmed, PSG will likely be seeded in Pot 3 of Europe's premier club competition next term.