By FOX SPORTS Staff
Luiz was part of the Brazil squad which lost 2-1 to England in Wednesday's international friendly, with goals from Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard enough to sink Brazil, whose solitary reply came via substitute striker Fred.
The Three Lions were the far better team throughout the game, but Luiz claims that his side's uncharacteristically woeful display was a one-off and boldly declared that the Samba stars would emerge victorious in the upcoming World Cup next year.
Speaking to FIFA.com, Luiz said: "I want to win the World Cup next year and I know Brazil. We will win.
"(Against England) was a great night against a big team but we are not happy with the result. We need to take the positives out of every game."
Luiz also pinpointed to an influx of new faces in the squad as the main reason for their disjointed performance against England.
"Tonight [Wednesday] was a good game against a side which is physically different to us," Luiz added.
"We had probably 40 per cent of our players who are just starting with us now so it's different."
Brazil will take on Italy in an international friendly in their next game.