The 49-year-old says that the former Barcelona attacker deserves to play for his country again and has high hopes for him following his return to form for club side FlamengoBrazil national team coach Mano Menezes is hopeful that playmaker Ronaldinho can rediscover his old form and establish himself as one of the integral players in his team.
The 31-year-old has been included in Menezes' squad to face Ghana in a friendly international at Craven Cottage in London on Monday.
Ronaldinho, who was left out of the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa, has played just once since last summer for Brazil, featuring in a 1-0 defeat to Argentina in a friendly.
However, the former Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona star has undergone a rejuvenation this season scoring 15 times for his club Flamengo, and Menezes explains that he deserves to wear the national colours once again.
"Ronaldinho is a world champion with the Brazil team [2002 World Cup] and after his return to the country he has readjusted and he is playing very well," said the 49-year-old, according to AFP.
"He is becoming one of the best players of the season and what has been successful with Flamengo can also help the national team."
Brazil will be without Robinho, however, while Kaka was not called up.