The Germany forward says he is still eager to win trophies after adding the World Cup to his impressive list of honours
Bayern Munich star Thomas Muller has stated he is still hungry for more titles, despite admitting there is not much left for him to win.
Muller’s World Cup win with Germany in July added to an honours list that already includes the Champions League, three Bundesliga titles, the Club World Cup and Uefa Super Cup.
“There is not more much to win, that’s already correct,” he told Kicker.
“But anyway I cannot say I don’t want to play more football. I love football. Of course there is only repetition, but that’s why I cannot stop now.”
The 24-year-old then revealed the difficulty Bayern face in matching their achievements of recent seasons, but added his belief the club are on course for another successful campaign.
He added: “I approach always the tasks positively. We have all the conditions to play a good season with Bayern. That’s why I’m optimistic.
“The bar is high. If we win 3-0 in the Bundesliga, then the audience thinks, oh, today was nothing. This is because of the successes that we have achieved.”
Muller and Bayern begin their Bundesliga campaign with an opener against Wolfsburg on Friday.