Thomas Muller believes Bayern Munich have what it takes to mount an unbeaten season, with the 24-year-old hoping Bayern can retain their title without losing a single match.
Speaking to German newspaper Bild, Muller said: "Arsenal did it in England, and last season we got very close but lost to Leverkusen,
"It's not easy, but it's certainly an incentive for the season. We believe we can do it."
Bayern are currently unbeaten in 41 league matches, and last season's treble winners recently broke the record for the longest unbeaten run in German football.
Muller has already netted five goals so far this term and if he and other key players continue their impressive form, then it's not all that unlikely that the reigning Bundesliga champions can extend their mammoth unbeaten run.
Die Roten lead second-placed Borussia Dortmund by four points domestically and the 2013 Champions League finalists meet again in ten days time in one of the most mouthwatering clashes in European football.
Muller compared the meeting of Germany's two biggest teams to El Clasico, adding: "It's always been a big game, but recently it's become even more explosive because of the huge success of both sides.
"It has the potential to be the biggest game in Europe, like El Clasico has been over the years."
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