The attacking midfielder is eagerly anticipating next week's Champions League final at Wembley and is hopeful that he will be match fit in timeMario Gotze has insisted that he will do his utmost to end his time at Borussia Dortmund on a high and beat Bayern Munich in the Champions League final.
The Germany international, who is currently recovering from a hamstring injury, will leave the club for Bayern in the summer but has stressed that his imminent move does not affect his desire to emerge victorious at Wembley.
"A win in the Champions League final in my last game for Borussia Dortmund would be the absolute maximum for me," Gotze told Bild.
"I am desperate to be match fit in time for the match in London and I will give my all for BVB. I want to help the team bring home the trophy."
The youngster then went on to discuss his fitness and was optimistic about his chances of fully recovering in time for next week's encounter.
"I am feeling well. I am feeling a lot better than before. I will do everything to be ready for the game at Wembley."
Gotze hasn't featured for BVB since the 2-0 Champions League loss away against Real Madrid on April 30, when he limped off with a hamstring problem.