Julio Cesar vows to repay Scolari faith during World CupCesar made his Brazil debut in 2004
Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar, who will assume a starting berth at the upcoming World Cup, has told the official FIFA website that he intends to repay the faith shown in him by head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari after a testing season.
The former Inter Milan stopper said: "I come in with my suitability in the position questioned, but 100 percent ready."
"I come in (to the World Cup) better than in 2010, better focused, better prepared."
"After all that happened to me at Inter, at Queen's Park Rangers, I never stopped plugging away. It was the confidence I felt from the coaching staffwhich ensured that I am here today."
Cesar, a veteran of 78 Brazil caps, will be the most capped player in Scolari's squad for the World Cup, with Maicon and Dani Alves the only others to have represented Selecao on more than 50 occasions.