"It was an opportunity through the president of the Brazilian Federation. They went to Qatar and talked to me so I could be part of Tite's staff.
It was a tremendous opportunity to make history, to be the first European to work in the selection of Brazil. But at that moment, it didn't happen.
I had it clear that I wanted to be coach of Barcelona. It was my dream, and here I am".
Since his appointment just over a year ago, Barсa have recorded 34 wins and 11 draws in 57 games under Xavi's command.
We top La Liga by a two-point margin this term.