Neymar has spoken about his happiness over his recent form for the Brazilian national side after his two goals against Turkey on Wednesday evening.
The national team skipper scored the opener and the last goal against Turkey in Istanbul to take his goals tally to 42 in just 59 games for his country.
The former Santos man has also been in superb form for Barcelona of late and leads the scoring charts for the Catalan club and he has spoken about his delight over his form.
When asked by TV Globo if he was in the best form of his career, Neymar responded: “I think so!
“I’m very emotional. It’s another country, another stadium to keep in my heart.
“I didn’t expect this, I couldn’t be happier. But I always want more. I don’t want to remain at this level.”
Neymar then touched on Brazil’s recent form as a team and said that things are starting to work well again under new boss Dunga.
“Things are flowing now,” the attacker explained. “We have great players, not only with the Selecao, but in Brazil as a whole.
“Players keep coming in and out but we never lose rhythm. We were great out there tonight!”