I dream of Brazil return - Do Prado
Guly Do Prado is currently focused on helping Southampton survive in the Premier League but he eyes a future move back to Brazil.
The 30-year-old Saints hitman, who joined the Saints in January 2011 following a successful six-month loan spell from Italian side Cesena, has played a key role in helping the side in their march up from League One to the Premier League in successive seasons.
And, while Do Prado is now enjoying playing in England's top flight with Nigel Adkins' side, he admitted a desire to finish his career with a big club back in Brazil having not played in his homeland for 10 years.
Do Prado, who is contracted to the Saints until summer 2014, told Futnacional.com.br: "I dream of playing for a big team in Sao Paulo. Either for Sao Paulo, Corinthians or Palmeiras. I'd rather go to the Corinthians, as they are the team of my heart and then maybe finish my career at Ponte Preta, who were my father's team."
In the meantime, Do Prado feels the Saints are starting to find their feet following a tough start to the Premier League season in which they have lost five of their opening six games.
He added: "The fans will see a young team, wanting to win this year for everyone.
"Earlier, we had some difficulties to "understand" the Premier League, but now we've adapted well."