Milan striker Ronaldinho claims he is better now than when he was at Barcelona in response to his new-found form.
The Brazilian appears revived this season. He is back on his feet and firing on all cylinders at Milanello and an indifferent start to the campaign and 'Dinho has explained his resurgence, believing he his far stronger compared to his days at Camp Nou.
"I am back to how I was. In fact I think I am even stronger now," he told Il Corriere Dello Sport.
"Everything seems easier now."
Ronaldinho has insists the positive upshot he has been enjoying has been influenced by coach Leonardo's framework.
"I am really good friends with Leonardo. We always speak about everything in my language. I have never had such a perfect relationship with a coach before."
With such good form and promise in the offing, the Brazilian believes he will not be ignored by Selecao coach Carlos Dunga in June for the World Cup.
"I want to play in a further two World Cups. How can Dunga not pick me if I carry on playing like this? I want to be the protagonist in South Africa," he concluded.
Salvatore Landolina, Goal.com