Santos striker Neymar, who has been linked with a move to Chelsea, is looking forward to playing in London this year - for Brazil at the Olympic Games.
Barcelona and Real Madrid are also keen on signing the 19-year-old, who late last year snubbed a move to Europe and signed an improved three-year deal with his current club.
While speculation continues that the £40million-rated forward will leave South America before his contract expires in 2014, it looks likely that he will still be a Santos player when the London Olympics get underway this summer.
And the teenager admits he will be honoured if he gets to play for Brazil on the same pitch as David Beckham.
Neymar, who met the former England captain at a MLS game last year, said: "It would be a pleasure to play against David Beckham.
"Fortunately I had the chance to meet him last year, he was very kind and it would be an honour to play on the same pitch as him this year in London."
He added: "This is a dream of mine, I am waiting to play in London and looking forward to it.
"Brazil have never won the gold and this is a chance for us to bring it back. It's very important to everyone here."
Neymar also believes European countries don't give Olympic football enough respect, especially England and the Premier League.
"People in Europe do not think Olympic football is important because it is less crucial for them to develop young players," he said.
"If you take a top English team, they will have just a few English players.
"Because European teams can buy so many players from outside, young players are not so important.
"In Brazil, we need to develop our youngsters and this is why the Olympic team is more important for us."