Neymar: Brasileirao is one of the toughest leagues in the world

The Brazil international is expected to join Barcelona after the 2014 World Cup but he does not buy into the idea that he needs to move to Europe in order to improve

Santos forward Neymar has insisted that he is happy plying his trade in his native Brazil in what he feels is one of the most competitive leagues in the world.

The Selecao starlet has been heavily linked with a move to Barca and it was claimed that the striker was left feeling compelled to join the Blaugrana after Santos' 4-0 loss to the Catalans in the final of last December's Club World Cup in order to realise his full potential.

However, Neymar insists he is happy at Santos and sees no reason to leave his homeland.

"I felt no extra desire to play in Europe after that game," he told Terra. "I'm very happy here representing Santos.

"We still have to grow a lot, but I do too. One of the toughest leagues in the world is the Brasileirao, right here in Brazil.

"There are 10 or 15 favourites for the title. For me, it is one of the world's toughest championships."

Neymar, who has already been capped 16 times by Brazil, recently committed himself to Santos up until the 2014 World Cup.

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