Chelsea midfielder Ramires is relishing the prospect of facing Brazil side Corinthians in the Club World Cup later this year.
Corinthians won the Copa Libertadores this week, beating Argentina's Boca Juniors.
Now the Brazilians will line-up in Brazil alongside teams including European champions Chelsea.
And Ramires is looking forward to face Corinthians, speaking to Globo Esporte he said: "I follow Brazilian football and I have played against most Corinthians players.
"If Roberto Di Matteo asks my opinion, I can tell him what I think about them. There are some things I can say about their strengths, but I can't tell you. I will keep it as a secret so that I don't help our opponents."
Ramires hopes they can meet Corinthians in the final.
"No teams have a guaranteed place in the final, but if that happens, it will be a great game," he said.
"Many of my friends and relatives support Corinthians, and I hope they don't have doubts about who they will support, or we will have problems," he joked.
Ramires insist the Club World Cup is very important to Brazilians.
"I grew up seeing the effort of Brazilian clubs put into winning this competition and for me this title would be a dream come true," he said.
"This is part of our football culture. I came close in 2009 but that was not possible. Now I'll do everything I can to win this title for the first time, it will be very important for my 'CV'."