Chelsea midfielder Oscar wants "dream" Champions League debut
Chelsea newboy Oscar is hoping to make his first appearance in the Champions League on Wednesday night as his side take on Juventus in London.
Oscar, 20, has so far been used as a substitute by manager Roberto Di Matteo, but hopes to play a part in what he describes as a "dream" occasion.
With the youngster now beginning to adapt to life in England and more competitions getting underway, the next few weeks should provide plenty of opportunities for the Seleção star.
However, like for so many others, it is in the Champions League that Oscar wishes to make his mark.
"I have always wanted to play in the Champions League and who wouldn't want to play for the European champions?" he told the Daily Star.
"It will be a dream come true to hear that famous anthem when I am out on the pitch, rather than on television.
"I am hoping it will not take me long to adapt. There is a multi-national team here with other Brazilians and Latin players, so they will help me through with their past experience."