Socceroos captain Mile Jedinak says the team have been overwhelmed with the support they have received during their World Cup campaign in Brazil.
"We've felt your support throughout the campaign and even those who havent been able to come here we know that there's a lot of support back home for us and it continues to grow," he said.
"You have made our job easy knowing that we've got your backing all the time and that's a wonderful thing when you're representing your country."
Watch the FFA TV video above as Jedinak says thank you to the fans and bids farewell from Brazil for the last time.
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