PSG attacker Lucas Moura does not regret PSG moveLucas in action for Brazil
PSG attacker Lucas Moura has insisted that he has no regrets over joining the French champions despite the fact that he has found it nigh-on impossible to earn a place in the starting line-up at the Parisian outfit.
With competition to partner Zlatan Ibrahimovic up front coming in the form of Ezequiel Lavezzi and Edinson Cavani, Moura has often been on the periphery of things for Laurent Blanc's men, but wouldn't change his mind given the chance.
"I don't regret coming, I'm very happy here, at a big club in a wonderful city," he told footmercato.net.
"The public has quickly taken to me, which I'm very happy about and and which helps me and which motivates me enormously."
"It's a great experience being here. I play and live in Europe. I'm fulfilling my dream of playing in the prestigious Champions League. I have to earn my place. What counts is everyone pulling in the same direction."
Lucas is widely expected to feature for Brazil in the World Cup but will still be cautious about his chances unless he gets more minutes on the pitch for PSG. He moved from Sao Paulo in 2012 and has 31 caps for his country.