Brazil Head Coach Dunga has praised the attacking contribution of Chelsea man Willian.
Willian has been a constant in Mourinho’s sides this season, as well as playing all seven Brazil games Dunga has been in charge for.
The Brazil boss sees Willian as crucial to the way he wants to see his side play as he hopes to utilise the plays fluidity.
Dunga cited the Chelsea man and Barcelona’s Neymar as vital to the international side.
Dunga has been quoted as saying: “The movement and mobility of our players is key.
“The more they play together the more things become automatic. Willian is skilled.
“He has a lot of pace, a speed in his reasoning and he can make the difference in many games.”