Dante: Three years without a title for Bayern is incomprehensible

The 28-year-old completed his move to the Bavarians earlier this summer, and is desperate to help his new club win silverware after a two-year trophy drought
Dante has insisted that Bayern Munich cannot afford to end the 2012-13 campaign without winning any titles after two unsuccessful seasons.

The Bavarian giants won the domestic double in 2010-11, but have since failed to add any silverware to their trophy cabinet after finishing runners-up in the Bundesliga, Champions League and DFB-Pokal last term.

New signing Dante, who joined from Borussia Monchengladbach, is desperate to end Bayern's drought this season.

"Two years without a title is not good, but three is incomprehensible," Dante stated to Sport1.

"We want to work hard and achieve our goals. That means winning the league, Champions League, and DFB-Pokal."

The centre-back then went on to discuss his personal ambitions, and stressed that the team is all that matters to him.

"Being the chief of the defence is not my primary goal," he said. "My goal is to bring a top performance. At big clubs, having personal aims is not important, only collective ones."