Neymar has hinted that the World Cup in Qatar may be his last.
Brazil's Neymar, 30, has played in two World Cups but has never won a major title.
"It will be like the last," he told Globo. "My father and I always talk about playing each game as if it were the last."
It's impossible for me to guarantee I'll play in another World Cup.
I'll play like it's my last. I might play another one. I think so.
"There will be a coaching change, and I'm not sure if I'll like the new coach."
Tite will step down after the tournament in Qatar and his successor has yet to be named.
In the national team, I have already built a long history, which I want to continue.
Two goals separate Neymar from equalling Pele's all-time scoring record.
'It's more than I imagined,' he said. It was never about numbers, overtaking anyone, or breaking records. I just wanted to play football.