Pep Guardiola insists he is proud of his first season in Germany after guiding Bayern Munich to its 24th Bundesliga title.
For the club it was back-to-back titles and the third in five years, but for the Spaniard it was an important trophy to win in his debut campaign in the hot seat.
Bayern failed to reach the final of the UEFA Champions League this season as the club was beaten by Real Madrid in the semifinals, but had the league title all sewn up by March.
Guardiola insists domestic success had been his main goal all along.
"I'm happy and very proud of the whole club this season," Guardiola said. "Maybe for some people it's just another Bundesliga title but for me it's my first one. It's the most important title this term.
"Winning your domestic league is always the best title because you have to play week after week."
Bayern finishes its league campaign against Stuttgart this weekend and Guardiola revealed Holger Badstuber may play some part in the game after recovering from two serious knee injuries.
"We're very happy that Badstuber has trained with us again," he added. "I won't take any risks with him.
"He might be on the bench."
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