Brazil striker Luis Fabiano has set his sights firmly on World Cup glory in South Africa this summer, revealing he wants to emulate his idols Romario and Ronaldo.
"Brazil has to win the World Cup, every four years it’s the same thing,” Fabiano told L'Equipe.
Romario guided Brazil to glory in 1994 while Ronaldo returned from two years dogged by injury to fire the Selecao to glory in 2002 and Luis Fabiano said he is ready to take centre stage this time around.
“I'm ready for the challenge, I want to help my team and match Romario and Ronaldo," he said.
Finally, the 29-year-old Sevilla star spoke of the solidarity in the current Brazil side and of the humility that coach Dunga had installed throughout the squad.
"Everyone is treated the same way,” he said. “That is the hallmark of Dunga. There are no shortcuts to the so-called 'stars'. Everyone is important and I feel supported by them all.”
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