Neymar seemed in a relaxed mood as he explained his post-World Cup blues.
Neymar, who became the world's most expensive footballer last year after moving to PSG from Barcelona, has repeatedly been linked to a move to Real Madrid.
A thrilling World Cup came to its conclusion as France beat Croatia in Sunday's final at a jam-packed Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
Brazil's media has directed sharp criticism at the national football team after their 1-2 quarter-final defeat against Belgium at Kazan Arena on Friday, a result that dumped the five-time champions out of the mega event.
Neymar's diving antics in World Cup 2018 have become the source of a hilarious copycat trend that is breaking the internet.
Brazil were left stunned in Friday night's match in Kazan, finding themselves 2-0 down at half-time and unable to rescue the game in the second half.
Neymar has grabbed the spotlight in Russia not for his goal-scoring abilities but for his theatrics.
FIFA World Cup 2018 Quarter Final, Brazil vs Belgium, from Kazan Arena: Brazil Knocked Out After 1-2 Loss To Belgium In Quarters
Everyone is talking about Neymar's theatrics rather than his ability.
The teams meet in Kazan on Friday evening with Brazil the favourites, despite the quality in a Belgian side captained by Hazard, who plays with Willian at Chelsea.
Ronaldo called on critics to be more objective and said referees were not providing sufficient protection for Neymar.
The report came hours after Neymar's Brazil saw off Mexico 2-0 in the World Cup last 16 in Russia to set up a tantalising quarter-final clash with Belgium.
Brazil superstar Neymar brushed off his critics after firing the five-time World Cup winners to victory over Mexico on Monday and enter into a quarter-final showdown with Belgium.
Brazil overcame a tricky start to the last-16 tie, as second-half goals from Neymar and Roberto Firmino sealed a deserved victory.
Neymar scored the first goal in the 51st minute. Roberto Firmino then scored in the 88th minute to seal the win for Brazil.
FIFA World Cup 2018, Highlights, Brazil vs Mexico: Neymar and Roberto Firmino scored in the 51st and 88th minute respectively to help Brazil qualify for the quarter-finals of the World Cup.
A Brazil side finding their stride in Russia after a slow start are arguably the toughest challenge Mexico could have asked for as they were punished for failing to back up victories over Germany and South Korea with defeat to Sweden to finish second in Group F.