Manchester United fullback Rafael da Silva hopes his success with Brazil in the Olympics has improved his reputation in England.

Brazil face Mexico today in the gold medal playoff.

"Maybe the Brazil coach will think about me for the 2014 World Cup," he said. "Also, maybe the people in England will think about me differently if we win the tournament. It is always good to win medals. This tournament is good for my career," said Rafael.

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