Santos striker Neymar has lavished praise on Real Madrid days after showering Barcelona with compliments.
The 19-year-old is one of the most sought-after players in world football and continues to be linked with a move to the La Liga giants.
In an interview with Fifa earlier this week, the teenager was quoted as saying about Barcelona: "They're the best team in the world and they've got the world's best player in their side."
His comments about the Champions League winners had prompted some to insinuate he was being disrespectful to Real.
Needless to say, it was a suggestion he strongly refuted, ahead of Brazil's friendly against Germany on Wednesday.
"Not by a long shot," he told Marca when asked if he was being disrespectful to Real.
"It's a great team this year that can win it all with the players they have.
"Madrid is a great club with great history, one of the greatest, no doubt."
Santos president Luis Alvaro De Oliveira only last week stressed the club's marquee talent would be staying in Brazil for at least one more year.
But the player himself was somewhat non-committal when the press put questions to him about his future.
"My future, we'll see," he added. "We have already talked a lot about this, every day.
"I cannot say anything, really, you have to understand me.
"I am focused on my selection now and the game against Germany."