The Bavarians scored another six goals on Saturday but the 43-year-old was still not completely satisfied with the performance of his side
Bayern Munich head coach Pep Guardiola says his side were not "dominant" despite a 6-1 hammering of Wolfsburg on Saturday.
The Bavarian giants racked up a record 16th straight Bundesliga victory at the Volkswagen Aren and opened up a 23-point gap at the top of the table.
Things started badly for the visitors, however, as Naldo volleyed home Kevin De Bruyne's teasing cross.
Xherdan Shaqiri ensured the sides went in level at the break before two goals apiece from Thomas Muller and Mario Mandzukic, as well as a strike from Franck Ribery on his comeback from injury, sealed the victory.
But despite the ease with which Bayern eventually collected three points, Guardiola was not fully satisfied with their performance.
Speaking to the club's official website, he said: "We were not as dominant as in recent games.
"Wolfsburg had super organisation and were very aggressive.
"In the first half we had problems, even in the first 15 minutes of the second half. But in the end we have scored the goals."