The attacking midfielder has hailed the club's fanatical support as a constant source of inspiration
As the club prepares for the visit of Shakhtar Dontesk at Signal Iduna Park, in the second-leg of their last 16 Champions League clash, the 20-year old is already excited about another night in front of BVB's fanatical fan base.
"The city lives for football, lives for this stadium," Götze told Uefa.com.
"It's great to see that there are Dortmund fans in every stadium. That is something that motivates you and in the end you look forward to games even more, especially Europa League or Champions League away matches, when you see how many fans follow us. It is something very special."
The Bavarian-born playmaker has scored eight goals in the Bundesliga this season but is determined to remain grounded, regardless of the praise that comes his way.
"It is always positive when you get a lot of praise, but you should handle it the right way," he said.
"If you play well, you are praised; if you play badly, you are criticised. Everyone should try to manage it the way they want to."
Dortmund drew 2-2 with Shakhtar in the first leg at the Donbass Arena and will hope to advance to the quarter-finals.