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"Great players can always play together," the former Spain international declares. "You can never have too much talent."
Which is a fair point and a fine way to bring an end to this media grilling, which I think Neymar passed with flying colours. Thanks to you all for reading and I'm looking forward to seeing you all (and Neymar) at Camp Nou again real soon.
Until then, take it easy, and good luck.
"As I said before," Neymar sighs, "I followed my heart ..."
He really is going to have to get used to deal with answering the same question 57 million times - and fast.
"It's not something that I thought about but when I made the decision to come here, I knew that I would miss certain things and one of those was my son.
"I'll have people close to me here but that's something I'll have to try to sort out."
"It would be perfect if in the future some other Santos players could come to Barcelona. This is a part of the agreement with Santos, if there is a player who can be interesting for the club, could come to Barcelona."
Neymar's response: "I haven't really thought about it." Which is fair enough, really, given he's never played in la Liga before!
"I'll try to adapt as soon as I can, so that I can play my own game nice and relaxed. I'm convinced that everything will work out well and that there will be a lot of joy from start."
"Those Brazilian players you've mentioned are great players, idols. I'm not going to compare myself to any of them. I've come to Barcelona to help the team.
"I just want to score goals, win titles and maybe write a little bit of my own history with the team."
"Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the best players in the world. I respect him. He's one of my idols."
"I just thank God that I'm coming with some of the best players in the world. The important thing is that we win as many titles as possible - that's the objective.
"We want to bring joy to the fans."
"When you take a decision from your heart, it's just your heart telling you want you should do; it's doing what makes you happy.
"Playing with Xavi, Iniesta and Messi ... Well, that's like a dream. And I'm realising this dream.
"Dani Alves also played a big part in this because he spoke so highly of this team. So, I'm just very happy to be here."
"I'm not bothered about the number I have on my back; never have been. I don't know what number I'll have and I can't say anything else about that. I'm not bothered."
"I spoke to [coach Tito] Vilanova on the telephone once. We had a very quick conversation and we didn't talk about where I would play on the field.
"I asked him about how he was feeling, because he had been ill, and that was about it."
"It was a family decision. I always listen to my mother and my father, but I have the last word.
"Money has never motivated me and my family. Since I was young, my father has guided me. We've received offers of more money but it's not a question of money.
"This is a new chapter today and money doesn't drive us. Of course, it's very nice, but what makes you happy isn't money.
"My father always asks me how I feel and we had a chat about it and decided to come to Barcelona."
"There two great clubs, no doubt about that. I'm proud that both wanted to sign me.
"But I followed my heart and my heart led me here, to Barcelona."
He's quite the charmer, this kid!
"I'm not bothered about being the best player int he world. The best player in the world is here - it's Lionel Messi.
"I'm really pleased because I'm so lucky to play alongside him. And I just want to help him continue to be the best player in the world."
"It's a proud day not only for me, but for my family as well. I'm so excited to be playing with so many great players, players that I've admired since I was very young - Xavi, Iniesta, Messi.
"I want to bring a lot of joy and a lot of triumphs here. It was very emotional out on the pitch for me. I had to hold back the tears.
"This is not only the dream of Neymar the man, but Neymar the child."
It concluded: "He's one of the greatest talents in the world at this age. If he continues like this, he's going to be one of the greatest players in the world."
The Barcelona vice-president also confirms that the fee is €57 million and that there were no intermediaries involved in the deal. For the record, his buy-out clause has been set at €190m.