Midfielder Gilberto Silva has spoken of
The South Americans sealed a place in the quarter-finals after coasting to a 3-0 win over continental rival
And the former Arsenal player is backing the Selecao to now go all the way.
"I believe we can win," he said. "The mood in the squad is very good at the moment, everyone is enjoying a lot what we're doing for our country.
"Everyone is hungry to achieve one more trophy for
Goals from Juan, Luis Fabiano and Robinho helped
Its next opponent, Netherlan
Gilberto continued: "It was good how the team reacted, especially from the last game as we didn't really have a very good game against
"All of us know at this stage that there is no time to make mistakes as we did in the last game, and we worked very well today.
"We expect a very hard game because
"We know that we give them space it will be very difficult for us and we could have a problem. This is what we want to avoid.
"We have played against
"But I'm sure we will do our job as we did tonight against
He was also pleased by the way it has played as a unit so, especially the defence - widely seen as a weak point in the team.
"It's important to be very strong at the back and we have been," he added. "Of course it helps our attacking players a lot because if we defend well we are sure that they will do their job up front.
"This is the kind of balance that we need until the end of the competition."
However, the goalkeeper insisted there were plenty of positives for his young side to take out of the competition.
He said: "We're a fragile team at times. We're good going forward but we've also got to be able to defend.
"We've got a young team and we need to keep on learning. We're heading for home but we can rest easy in the knowledge that we gave it our all, we tried to achieve big things and tried to be a fair and honest team.
"We gave it everything, we couldn't have done any more. We were just unfortunate to come up against
Spain hero Andres Iniesta claims he never lost faith in achieving FIFA World Cup success, despite a frustrating season with injuries and a bad start for Vicente del Bosque's side in South Africa.