The Bavarians go into Saturday's Champions League final with a slight advantage due to the fact that the game will be played at the Allianz Arena, but the supremo remains alertBayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has stated that victory for his team against Chelsea on Saturday is not a foregone conclusion, and warned that the Blues could still provide an upset.
The Bavarian side have the advantage of playing the crunch fixture at their home, the Allianz Arena, but the 60-year-old is not taking glory for granted.
"Of course we can still screw it up at home," Hoeness told Sueddeutsche Zeitung.
"Chelsea are a team with their backs against the wall because of their mixed season in the Premier League.
"So if anyone thinks that it will be a foregone conclusion or feels we have already won they would certainly be wrong," he stated.
Hoeness went on to confirm that coach Jupp Heycnkes would be in the Bayern hotseat next season regardless of the outcome of the Champions League final.
"Jupp Heynckes will be our coach next year. Jupp does not have the emotions or character of a deserter and will not leave," he concluded.