The Chelsea midfielder Ramires has said that he is extremely desperate to win the FIFA World Cup 2014, which will be held in Brazil. The nation will be staging the most prestigious tournament in world football in just over the year's time.

Even though the team have not been at their best in recent years, there is the belief that the home advantage will help the team win the record sixth World Cup title. Ramires is expected to be part of the Brazilian team at this World Cup, and the midfielder is keen to win the competition on home soil.

Ramires has been one of the impressive players for Chelsea in the last few years. Hence, he is unlikely to facing difficulties when it comes to getting into the squad of Luiz Felipe Scolari. Ramires has said that the pressure will be enormous on the Brazilian team, but they have the chance to become heroes forever if they win the title. Ramires, though, has compared the pressure of playing for Brazil to the pressure experienced while playing for Chelsea. Even though the 25-year-old missed out on the Champions league final last season, he has been one of the important players for Chelsea over the years.

"I’m working very hard towards this. It is my aim, my goal, to be involved in a World Cup at home in Brazil. Not just to take part, but to win it. It is a great responsibility to be playing at home. Brazil is a huge country with a great squad, and if we win this World Cup at home we will be heroes forever. But if we lose, I don’t even know what will happen. It’s a great responsibility. There is always pressure and expectation, but hopefully we will do well and I will take part," Ramires.