Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola has been praised by fan favourite Bastian Schweinsteiger.
The German international believes that the Bavarian giants will only improve under the "incredible" Guardiola.
The reigning European Champions were unplayable last season, collecting a treble (much more than that if you include less 'traditional' cups) of trophies. But Schweinsteiger insists they are only going to get better under the Spaniard's guidance.
Speaking to Bayern's official website, the talismanic midfielder said: "The coach has an incredible feel for the players and incredible ideas, and he tries to introduce them in such a way that suits us.
"We will continue to develop."
The only way Bayern could really improve on last season would be to do it all again, as no side has successfully defended it's European title since Milan in 1990. And no club has done it since the competition has been the Champions League.
"To win the Champions League twice in a row - that's my big goal," says Schweinsteiger.
They are also on course to make it back-to-back Champions League successes as they will take on Premier League leaders Arsenal in the Round of 16.
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