Andres Iniesta has revealed he is relishing the prospect of potentially playing against his new Barcelona team-mate Neymar in this summer's Confederations Cup.
Speaking before the Catalunya club's official announcement that they have signed the attacker from Santos on Sunday, the long-time Camp Nou attacker believes a Spain-Brazil clash would be mouth-watering, but is aware that they need to reach the knock-out rounds first.
"For me and for every player, to go and play football in Brazil is unique," he said in a Google + chat with fans. "First the Confederations Cup and then to be able to go to the World Cup will be magical.
"Brazil is special for everybody. It would be amazing to play some big games in the Maracana, because it would mean the team had gone far in both tournaments.
"It would be great to play against Neymar and the Brazil side, for everything they represent and how good they are. Spain-Brazil would be a cracking game, but we need to see how the group stage goes."
Neymar, who has been named in Selecao coach Luiz Felipe Scolari's Confederations Cup squad, has joined the Blaugrana on a five-year deal after rejecting overtures from Real Madrid.