Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer says that the club has just started the quest for more trophies under the management of Guardiola. The former Barcelona manager arrived at the Allianz Arena only in the summer, but he has already lifted two major trophies with the club. The UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup provided great bases for the club to dominate world football for the next decade according to Neuer, who has been voted as the best goalkeeper in the world by the International Football Federation of History and Statistics.

The former Schalke goalkeeper has already won six major titles since moving to Bayern Munich three years ago. He has established himself as one of the top names in the business. His place was never under threat even after the appointment of Guardiola, who he thinks is making a real change to the Bayern Munich philosophy. In the last six months, Bayern Munich have dominated the domestic and European football, but it is not enough for the team according to Neuer.

They are hungry for more success, as the team are in a great position to once again lift the three major trophies at the end of the season. They have a significant advantage in the Bundesliga, while also moving into the knockout stages of the Champions League. However, they face a stern test in this stage of the competition since the opponents will be Arsenal, who are top of the Barclays Premier league.

“We’ve only had half a year with Pep. We are still hungry and want to learn. Pep is not finished with us yet,” said the 27-year-old goalkeeper at a recent training camp in Doha. Bayern Munich return to domestic football action after the winter break with a match against Borussia Mönchengladbach in the last week of January.