Sao Paulo's Ganso looking forward to playing alongside KakaGanso was seen as the heir to Kaka at one point
Sao Paulo playmaker Paulo Henrique Ganso says that he doesn't mind who plays in the starting XI as long as Tricolor are winning games, ahead of the resumption of domestic football following the recent World Cup.
Ganso was referring to the fact that head coach Muricy Ramalho has a plethora of attacking options to choose from, even more so since the arrival of former Brazil captain and darling of the fans, Kaka.
Alan Kardec will also line up for the club, who already boast the likes of Ganso, Luis Fabiano and Alexandre Pato in their ranks.
And Ganso said on the matter: "It's what everyone expects, Kaka to play. Especially as he is only here for six months."
"I'll hope to play with him. The Brasileirao has several games and is pretty long, so I think everyone will be able to play and make this relay to always be helping Sao Paulo."
Sao Paulo's first game of the restarted campaign comes this Thursday evening, away to Bahia, who lie in 15th place in the table.