Neymar has finally dried his tears and took the return of the Champions League with a positive attitude.
After breaking down during a press conference with Brazil manager Tite - and, a few weeks later, being rumoured to have cried before moving to Paris-St-Germain over the summer - the most expensive player in the world has put an end to negativity and bad moods.
His Brazil secured their place at the 2018 World Cup, while PSG are enjoying a particularly positive moment, as they top both the Ligue 1 table and their Champions League group.
Thanks to this re-found stability, the former Barcelona ace looks like he changed his attitude and has revealed his biggest ambitions.
In an interview with the magazine Man About Town (via Marca), he has expressed his wish to win this year's two most important trophies.
"I want to win the Champions League with PSG and then the World Cup," he said.
"These are my biggest dreams at this moment and then who knows, maybe I'm going to get married."
Despite speculations that he rowed with PSG manager Emery Unai and teammate Edinson Cavani, the Brazilian has been focusing all his energies on achieving his goals. Ever since the beginning of the year, he managed to score 11 goals and provided nine assists in all competitions.
He told the magazine that he is enjoying his time in Paris, which, "Is a beautiful city and I was very well received by the French regardless of the club (they support)."
He simply concluded: "I am happy here."