Brazilian ace Ronaldinho has revealed he wants to represent his country at the Olympic Games in London next summer.
The highly-decorated playmaker is keen to try and win one of the few titles he still has not secured in his career.
Ronaldinho has regained his place in the national side after returning to Brazilian football at the beginning of the year.
The 31-year-old Flamengo star says it is his "dream to win the gold medal in the Olympics" and wants to be in the squad for London.
The Olympic tournament is played with under-23 squads, but each side can use up to three players above the age of 23.
Ronaldinho, a World Cup winner and two-time Fifa player of the year, has already played twice in the Games without success.
He competed in the 2008 Beijing tournament when Brazil lost to Argentina in the semi-finals and returned home with a bronze medal.