Kaká: There is more to come from meKaká celebrates his goal against Iraq
The Real Madrid playmaker, who was making his first appearance since the 2010 World Cup, scored Brazil’s third goal during their 6-0 friendly win over Iraq on Thursday.
Kaká is now confident of making a full return to form, which saw him win the 2007 Ballon d'Or, following a frustrating time at the Santiago Bernabeu under José Mourinho.
The 30-year-old told Marca: "I never lost the hope of coming back and experiencing what I am now. This is a personal resurgence that I have achieved gradually through a lot of hard work.
"I'm trying to make the most of every match, enjoy it and do a job for the team. I know that I have to take every opportunity I get to win back my place in the football world."
"I think I've been improving and flourishing over the last few days and there's more to come. I'm in great form, I feel great physically and now I have the chance to ride that wave."
Oscar, Hulk, Neymar and Lucas completed the rout over Zico’s Iraq, and the Seleção will be hoping for a repeat performance when they face Japan on Tuesday in the Polish city of Wroclaw.