Carlos Dunga has shown the hand of faith to Brazil's Inter contingent, believing they will be key in delivering World Cup success after winning a unique Scudetto, Coppa Italia and Champions League at club level.
"I will launch an assault on the World Cup using Inter's 'wall'," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"Five months ago I had said Lucio would have been an extraordinary player there, I said he would make Inter win, and I wasn't wrong.
"He is a winner. We have the hunger of Lucio, the class of Julio Cesar, and the power of Maicon... It's almost impossible for teams to score against this wall of players."
However, Juventus midfielder Felipe Melo shouldn't feel left out. Despite a dormant season in Turin, Dunga said there is plenty of scope to come alive for the Bianconeri.
"Melo has my faith. On the first day of work here I told him to forget about Juventus. He has never had a poor game with Brazil," added the coach.
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