Bayern Munich goalkeeper Manuel Neuer says his club would be "disappointed" if it only wins one title this season after its Bundesliga triumph on Saturday.
The Bavarians are still in the hunt for a historic treble with a Champions League quarterfinal clash with Juventus on Wednesday and a Pokal semifinal against Wolfsburg next week.
"It's been a very good season for us, up until now. We can be proud of our display in the domestic league," the 27-year-old told Kicker. "However, if we're left with only one title at the end, we will be disappointed. We have very high aspirations and learned [last year] how it feels to leave a season empty handed."
He added, "The extra motivation we pulled [from that experience] helped us. The solidarity and everything that has developed in the team was good for us. Of course we know we have an important match ahead of us on Wednesday, but we're also allowed to be humans and enjoy the moment. For me, it's crucial to focus on the two other tournaments [Champions League and DFB-Pokal]."
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