The 67-year-old feels that his hard work at the Allianz Arena is starting to pay off, and he has insisted that his possible departure in the summer will not affect the team
The Bavarians have been in impressive form so far this season and currently sit at the summit of the Bundesliga table, and have also qualified for the knock-out stages of the Champions League on top of their group.
"Bayern Munich have never before in its history played this kind of modern and attractive football," the 67-year-old said at a press conference.
"A coach always needs some time to transmit his football philosophy and his ideas. I've been in charge for one-and-a-half years now and things are starting to bear fruit.
"The fact that my contract expires in the summer will not affect the way I work, regardless of what will happen at the end of the season."
Bayern are currently preparing for the first match after the winter break against Greuther Furth on January 19.