César determined to find form after injury
Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Júlio César is motivated to return to his best form following surgery on a fractured finger.
The 34-year-old signed for QPR from Inter Milan in 2012 and has been linked with a move away from the club since their relegation from the Premier League.
But, after having surgery on a finger injury, Cesar is prepared to do whatever it takes to regain full fitness, reports Sky Sports.
César said: "It increases my motivation, when you have to face adversity, as in my case now, it always increases the motivation. You want to return earlier, do everything correctly.
"I am calm, I will do what the doctors ask so that I can catch balls again."
The Seleção keeper is reported to be out of action for around six weeks, meaning that he will miss Brazil's upcoming games against Zambia and South Korea.
However, he refuses to be downbeat about his lay-off.
"It's normal to have a mental block in the beginning, everyone goes through that situation," added César.
"I'm very calm and confident regarding my return, I'll be back stronger than I was."