Former Ballon d'Or winner Ronaldinho is hoping his recent purple patch with Flamengo adds impetus to his bid to resurrect his career with the five-time World Cup winners.
"My objective is to do my best with Flamengo and if the coach needs me I will be ready," said Ronaldinho, who returned home in January 2011 after a two and a half year spell with Serie A giants AC Milan.
After missing the 2010 World Cup in South Africa when then coach Dunga left him out of his 23-man travelling party, Ronaldinho believes he can still do a job for Mano Menezes's squad up to and including the 2014 World Cup, which Brazil are hosting.
Milan beat Inter in Super Cup
Beijing: AC Milan earned the early bragging rights by beating city rivals Inter Milan 2-1 in the Italian Super Cup played in Beijing on Sunday.
Milan, who ended Inter's five-year reign as Italian champions by winning the scudetto in May, came from behind thanks to ex-Inter striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring on the hour and Kevin-Prince Boateng netting nine minutes later.
Wesley Sneijder grabbed the opener for Inter on 22 minutes.
The defeat was an inauspicious start for new Inter coach Gian Piero Gasperini, who replaced Leonardo during the close season.
AIFF bid to save Caribbean tour
Panaji: The All India Football Federation has convened an emergency meeting of all domestic clubs on Monday to sort out the players' availability issue for next week's Caribbean tour.
Dempo Sports Club shot off a letter to the AIFF on Friday asking the national body to release its nine players who are presently attending a training camp in Delhi under coach Alberto Colaco.