Germany player Thomas Muller said that he is happy with his form in Bayern Munich. He has notched three goals for his side in two matches of Bundesliga.
Muller is playing for Bayern Munich from 2008 and scored 35 goals in 108 appearances. He has very good record in national team as well as Budesliga. Thomas Muller is a fine and young versatile player in Germany.
He stated that Bayern Munich have to win the title this year because they failed to lift their title since last two years. Also they lost Champions League 2011/12 cup with Chelsea in Penalty round.
22-years-old midfielder told that their side is stronger than last year by new signings of Xherdan Shaqiri, Mario Mandzukic, Claudio Pizarro, Dente and Javi Martinez. Thomas Muller believes this new force will lift the title in all areas.
They have played two games in Bundesliga and their performance stunned other teams. Bayern Munich’s last match against Stuttgart was brilliant one.
Thomas Muller mentioned that they are looking forward to erase their title less history and without title win for two years also give more energy to them for winning.
“If you don’t win a title for two years, you’re automatically hungry. We can no longer prove that we are the best anyway, or that we win everything. We know from the beginning that we finally have to show everyone something. That’s the advantage of two years without a title, everyone yearns for success.”
This young player also delighted about his present form and three goals in two games. He has eager to score more in future games. Thomas Muller commented that he has to fight for his presence in team because of new arrivals.
“There was already competition, but it’s even fiercer now. I’m delighted I’m up to three goals after two matches. I needed a lot longer than that last season. It’s simple: there are lots of good players at Bayern, so you always have to state your credentials. But despite that, we’re all enjoying it.”
But he is ready to co-operate with newcomers to taste the victory over all club teams and all league teams.
Watch highlights of Bayern Munich’s last match against Stuttgart