Ramires confident Brazil can win 2014 World Cup
Ramires is confident Brazil can replicate their performances in the 2013 Confederations Cup and win this years World Cup.
The Chelsea midfielder and his international team mates will be under extreme pressure to win this summers tournament and he believes they can achieve that goal.
The 27-year-old admits Group A is tough but they are more than confident of finishing top ahead of Cameroon, Croatia and Mexico.
Ramires told the official Chelsea website: "It is a tough group but we can't look just at that - the tournament as a whole will be tough.
“We don't want to just prepare for the group, we have to prepare for further than that. If we pass the group stages and end up winning the last game, we can analyse how it was as a whole.”
Ramires turned his focus onto the support Brazil will get and revealed the key ingredients that Seleção will need to lift the World Cup for the sixth time in their history.
The Chelsea man concluded: "With the nation behind us, our support, and our team coming from a great Confederations Cup, where we exceeded expectations and won the tournament, we can be very confident."