Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola has called on his troops to step up a notch ahead of their Champions League showdown with Manchester City on Wednesday.
The former Barcelona coach was not impressed with the Bavarians' performance in Saturday's 1-0 Bundesliga victory over Wolfsburg, with the reigning champions only scraping home thanks to Thomas Muller's goal midway through the second half.
With Bayern facing trips to the Etihad and the BayArena in the next week, Guardiola is in no doubt that his players will have to give more if they are to maintain their current unbeaten run.
"We won, but we have to improve a lot," he is quoted as saying by his club's official website.
"We will analyse the game. But I am sure that we will put in better performances in Manchester [on Wednesday] and Leverkusen [on Saturday]."
Meanwhile, match-winner Muller admitted that Bayern had not played anywhere near their best at the Allianz Arena, though he felt that their opponents deserved credit for making life difficult for them.
"Wolfsburg gave us nothing, so it was not easy," the attacking midfielder said. "They basically went man-for-man all over the pitch and that caused us some problems.
"We can be happy that we won. But it was hard-earned.
"Our goal was excellently worked, though, and I am pleased that I am now off the mark in the Bundesliga."
Bayern's eagerly-awaited Group D clash with City is scheduled to kick off at 20:45CET.