The 29-year-old playmaker is confident that he is returning to his best and insists that he still has much to give to the teamReal Madrid midfielder Kaka believes that he is again in his finest form following his side's 5-2 Champions League quarter-final second-leg victory against APOEL.
The Brazilian playmaker scored a stunning goal from distance and sent another shot against the post as he turned in an impressive display against the Cypriots.
Having been afflicted by several injuries since joining Madrid from AC Milan in 2009, Kaka expressed relief that he is starting to show his true colours.
"The confidence in myself is returning," he told reporters after the game. "I did not have faith to shoot from distance and today I dared to do it.
"I am happy because I am growing and improving. I can do more things: goals, assists, everything that the team needs.
"But there is a lot of competition because our attackers score many goals."
Looking ahead to the semi-final tie against Bayern Munich, Kaka warned his team against the attacking threat of the Bavarian giants.
"Those who play in Bayern's attack are the ones we fear the most," he explained.
"Franck Ribery, who had an amazing match on Tuesday, Arjen Robben, who has been playing very well, and Mario Gomez, who has scored 11 goals in the Champions this season...
"They are a well-balanced side and we will have to be very careful."
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