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Ronaldinho out to win trophies in Mexico after signing for new club Queretaro

  • Brazil's Ronaldinho poses for a photo wearing his new Queretaro soccer club jersey at a press conference in Mexico City, Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. Mexican first-division club Queretaro signed the former 34-year-old soccer star, who had been without a club since leaving Brazil's Atletico Mineiro in July and had been negotiating with several clubs. The two-time FIFA world player of the year helped Atletico Mineiro win last year's Copa Libertadores for the first time. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

    Brazil's Ronaldinho poses for a photo wearing his new Queretaro soccer club jersey at a press conference in Mexico City, Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. Mexican first-division club Queretaro signed the former 34-year-old soccer star, who had been without a club since leaving Brazil's Atletico Mineiro in July and had been negotiating with several clubs. The two-time FIFA world player of the year helped Atletico Mineiro win last year's Copa Libertadores for the first time. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)  (The Associated Press)

  • El futbolista brasileño Ronaldinho saluda tras ponerse la camiseta del club Querétaro en su presentación oficial el viernes, 12 de septiembre de 2014, en Ciudad de México. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

    El futbolista brasileño Ronaldinho saluda tras ponerse la camiseta del club Querétaro en su presentación oficial el viernes, 12 de septiembre de 2014, en Ciudad de México. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)  (The Associated Press)

  • Brazil's Ronaldinho puts on his new Queretaro soccer club jersey at a press conference in Mexico City, Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. Mexican first-division club Queretaro signed the former 34-year-old soccer star, who had been without a club since leaving Brazil's Atletico Mineiro in July and had been negotiating with several clubs. The two-time FIFA world player of the year helped Atletico Mineiro win last year's Copa Libertadores for the first time. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

    Brazil's Ronaldinho puts on his new Queretaro soccer club jersey at a press conference in Mexico City, Friday, Sept. 12, 2014. Mexican first-division club Queretaro signed the former 34-year-old soccer star, who had been without a club since leaving Brazil's Atletico Mineiro in July and had been negotiating with several clubs. The two-time FIFA world player of the year helped Atletico Mineiro win last year's Copa Libertadores for the first time. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)  (The Associated Press)

Ronaldinho says he feels young again after joining Mexican club Queretaro.

That's just what the fans wanted to hear Friday at the official presentation of the 34-year-old former Barcelona and Brazil star, who hopes to bring the modest team its first title.

Ronaldinho had been has been without a club since leaving Brazil's Atletico Mineiro in July.

The 2002 World Cup winner says "I need to win something in Mexico. I've come here for that and I'm going to fight to help my team win something."

Queretaro signed with the Mexico club a week ago. He is expected to play his first match next week and says he's "well physically." He's a two-time winner of the FIFA World Player of the Year award, the first recipient to play in Mexico.