The midfielder’s current deal expires in June 2016 and although no talks are yet planned to extend his contract, the 30-year-old is not concerned about his future
Bastian Schweinsteiger says he feels under no pressure to commit his long-term future to Bayern Munich despite only having 18 months to run on his contract.
The midfielder’s deal at the Allianz Arena expires at the end of next season, but he does not see the need to enter into talks just yet.
Schweinsteiger, 30, has previously been linked with moves away from Bayern, with the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea reportedly interested in his signature.
“I have no pressure,” he told Sport 1 when asked about extending his contract. “I know what Bayern Munich means to me and Bayern Munich also knows what they have in me. We know each other very well.
“I feel very good again and I have gathered a lot of experience. I aim to play for three or four years at the highest level.”
However, Schweinsteiger – who only made eight appearances in the first half of the season due to a troublesome knee injury – does hope head coach Pep Guardiola signs fresh terms.
He added: “There are not so many coaches [like him] in the world, and the people responsible for Bayern know that.
“Of course, I would be glad if he would extend.”