However, the former Santos man says his focus is on helping the team to enjoy success, rather than claiming individual accolades. But I don't have to think about it.
It wasn't the biggest Champions League win Wednesday as Chelsea beat Qarabag FK of Azerbaijan 6-0.
"It was a very exciting week for me knowing I was getting this opportunity". Most of the rest got a 3, with Scott Sinclair and Patrick Roberts managing to score 4. Usually, when a person courageous security teams and pounced on a lawn in the full game, it is more of a hug to Neymar that distribute bread to a kid of 18 years old, but good...
But Neymar believes there is much more to come from PSG's frontmen and that they will improve significantly once they have got to know each other better. Mikael Lustig's own goal and Cavani's second of the match completed the rout.
"Cavani is an extraordinary striker, Kylian is a guy who likes going ahead, going for the ball".
"When we went out in the second half we created a bit more and tidied up a bit with some of the passes - but that's all we could have done".
"They are the reasons you play football. And in the first half we didn't do that", he added.
Anthony Ralston insists he was fearless against Neymar - who is "just another player" - during Celtic's Champions League hammering by PSG.
"I will take a lot from the experience and move on", said Ralston. But I don't want to be too harsh on the players. "For me, the thing I said to the players, is that at this level you have to have the belief". No heads went down. They were miles away from PSG and I have never seen them so badly embarrassed at home. I am my biggest critic.
Rodgers admitted his side were simply outclassed by the free-spending French club whose multi-million pound frontline did the damage in the first half of their Champions League Group B opener.