The reigning FIFA Club World Cup champion wrapped up the Campeonato Paulista with a 3-2 aggregate victory over Santos on Sunday, and the former AC Milan striker is hoping the team will adhere to the club's mantra and push on in the remaining quests for silverware.
"Corinthians have a motto and that is: "We never stop." So let's go all out to fight for the Brasileiro, the Brazilian Cup and the Recopa Sudamericana," Pato told Arena Sport TV. "Coach Tite has great players and he will assemble the best team. We will fight to the end to claim all those titles."
The 23-year-old Pato, who returned to his native Brazil in January following a six-year spell with with Milan, went on to reveal his delight at collecting a winners medal so early in his Corinthians career.
"The feeling of being a champion is one that every player craves. I'm glad I found this feeling after joining just four months ago," Pato said. "It was wonderful and I'm celebrating too, but tomorrow we must remember all the hard work which needs to be done to secure the Brasileiro."
Pato could face former Rossoneri teammate Clarence Seedorf on Sunday when Corinthians hosts Botafogo in the first matchday of the Brasileiro campaign.