Thomas Muller has welcomed the arrival of James Rodriguez and Corentin Tolisso at Bayern Munich as the German giants seek to “win everything” in 2017-18.
Muller endured an uncharacteristically quiet campaign in 2016-17, with his influence at the Allianz Arena questioned at times.
The World Cup winner now faces added competition for places, but concedes that extra quality is useful when chasing down major honours and insists he has no qualms over the role he will play.
He told Goal: “It doesn’t matter to me if I’m the goalscorer or the playmaker. I want to help the team but I think the expectations are very high. So I need to score goals so that people are satisfied.
“Normally Bayern want to win everything we play. So it’s not about titles in the future but it’s all about being the best in every game and every training session and every competition. We want to win everything.”