The 20-year-old spoke positively about the French giants, but insisted that a transfer is not on the cards yet, and remains happy at Brazilian side Santos
The Brazilian international has long been linked with an exit from the Peixe, with Barcelona and Real Madrid rumoured to be fighting it out for his signature.
Nevertheless, the 20-year-old has spoken positively about the nouveau-riche Ligue 1 club, but insisted that he remains "very happy" at Vila Belmiro.
"PSG has become a very important financial power. It would be a great honour to play [for them] but I am very happy at Santos," the striker told Telefoot.
"I think [about] only the present moment, after we'll see. [Zlatan] Ibrahimovic is one of the best players in the world today. I also dream of playing with great players. Lucas Moura made a choice. I think it was a good choice."
Neymar has been included in the Brazil squad to face Iraq in Malmo on October 12, and Japan in Wroclaw on October 16.