Neymar hopes to win gold for his son
Brazil striker Neymar has spoken of his hopes of winning gold at London 2012, in order to present his son with the gold medal.
Neymar, who's son Davi Lucca turns one next week, hopes that the Seleção can beat Mexico on Saturday and write a new chapter in Brazilian football history.
"I hope to give him this present. His birthday is soon, he will be one year old," Neymar told Globo Esporte.
"One day, who knows, he can tell everybody that his dad was an Olympic champion.
"We are so close, so close. There are 90 minutes and we need to give our all. It is 90 minutes to enter into the history of Brazilian football. We know how important this title is."
The Olympic football title remains tantilisingly close for Brazil, as they look to end a sore point in their country's footballing history.
Despite Brazil's unprecedented footballing success, the Olympic tournament has never been won by the Seleção, whilst rivals Argentina have won the past two editions.
Neymar and his team-mates will look to make amends at Wembley on Saturday.