At the 2010 CONCACAF Extraordinary Congress, Jack Warner announced CONCACAF will try to get four places for Brazil 2014.
The CONCACAF Executive Committee a day earlier unanimously voted to petition FIFA for four spots in the 2014 World Cup.
"Our members made it very clear today that we need four places," Warner said. "Our region is united behind this position."
Sepp Blatter, invited at the Congress, said in his speech: "The Fifa Executive Committee will definitely take a closer look at the possibility of a fourth spot for CONCACAF".
It remains to be seen if the FIFA EXCO will alter the allocation of places for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.