Paulo Henrique Ganso is a role model in his native Brazil and just a few days ago carried out an interview with Goal Brasil which touched on a number of topics - both personal and relevant to his time at Sevilla FC. Like any player, Ganso wants to be more involved, though he seemed satisfied with his performance: "If we look at the numbers, the start of my season has been very good. Nine matches and no losses, four goals and three assists. It won't be for a lack of goals that my career unfold as I want it to here. I need to play more if even just to reach the level of the other players". In the same light, he seemed happy with the fans: "The fans, when they see me on the street, tell me that I should play more. I say that the only thing I can do is keep pushing myself in training and try and do my best".
On his personal life, he didn't hide his happiness at being settled in the city: "I'm very happy with my family and my two kids, who are learning English and Spanish. Here I have more time to be with them, there aren't the team meetings and journeys are shorter". For that reason, he's not thinking about a possible departure: "No, I haven't thought about leaving. The first thing I think about is whether I have the quality to play here. When there's an opportunity I'm going to take advantage of it and play".