Brazil’s megastar Neymar on Wednesday said he feels ‘comfortable’ being back in training ahead of the upcoming FIFA World Cup 2018 which will be held in Russia.
The PSG forward is out of action from more than two months due to a broken foot bone.
The Canarinho fans would be praying in hope that the world’s most expensive player will be 100 per cent fit for the their team’s journey to win a record-extending sixth World Cup title in Russia.
The 26-year-old flamboyant winger said that his initial seasons with the ball are going well.
"I started training with the ball, making passes, hitting it," he said in an interview on Facebook in the football chat and comedy channel started by Brazilian legend Kaka.
"I felt good, comfortable," he said. "Clearly there's some fear but I'm losing it bit by bit."
Replying to the online questions from fans, Neymar said that he would do anything if Brazil win in Russia.
"If we win, I'll do whatever you want," he said.
Neymar got injured on February 25 in a match between PSG and Marseille in Ligue 1. He underwent surgery for his broken bone in his right foot in Brazil at the start of March.
Brazil will kick start their FIFA World Cup 2018 campaign against Switzerland on June 17, followed by group matches against Costa Rica and Serbia.