The Brazilian believes that Ronaldo's failure to win the competition shows how tough it is as he prepares for his first European Cup final
The Catalans last won the competition in 2011 and the Brazil striker moved to Camp Nou two years later, winning his first trophies this term in the Liga title and the Copa del Rey.
His legendary compatriot Ronaldo never won the competition, despite representing Barca, Real Madrid, AC Milan and Inter during his illustrious career and Neymar is determined to outdo the 38-year-old.
"I'm very anxious," he told Globoesporte.
"Ronaldo did not win the Champions League, which shows how difficult it is. We have the chance to win and I will do my all to win the title.
"The team is happy. There's a good atmosphere, good for work and now we're concentrating on the final.
"From the moment that we saw that things were tough for us, we got together and said: 'We have to win for ourselves.'"
Barca clash with Juventus in Berlin on Saturday at 20:45CET.