The Munich final in 2012 is a major objective for the Italian champions as the veteran midfielder targets silverware on the continent once again
Massimiliano Allegri's men welcome Viktoria Plzen to San Siro on Wednesday night and will be hoping to improve upon their 2-2 draw with Barcelona two weeks ago.
Seedorf knows what it takes to win the Champions League, having lifted the trophy on four different occasions and is confident in his side's ability to make a splash in Europe's most prestigious club competition.
"Milan are a great team and so reaching the final [in Munich] and winning it is an objective for us," Seedorf told the press.
Speaking of the opposition, the Dutchman added: "We have to beat Viktoria as the three points are fundamental for us."
Antonio Cassano looks set to start the game and Seedorf appreciates the playmaker's contribution so far this term.
"He is paying back the faith of the group and he has been showing an excellent attitude," concluded Seedorf.
Earlier, coach Massimiliano Allegri suggested Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be fit to start the game.