The Germany international has underlined FCB's desire to make amends for last year's loss and is keen to follow in the footsteps of Zinedine ZidaneThomas Muller has made it clear that Bayern Munich are desperate for Champions League glory this term after missing out on the European title in 2010 and 2012.
The Bundesliga champions beat Barcelona 7-0 on aggregate in the semi-finals to book their ticket for the showpiece against Borussia Dortmund on May 25 and Muller has stressed they're all fired up to bring the trophy back home at last.
"We came so close last year, but we’ve come back even stronger this term. We've shown exactly the right reaction, from start to finish. Every player is extremely fired up," the Germany international told the official Bayern website.
"We've sent out a signal in this semi-final and we don't want to be stopped now. We have a huge desire to pick up this cup.
"I don't know how it would feel if you make the Champions League final three times in four years as a pro and still don't win it."
Like Muller, former Juventus and Real Madrid star Zinedine Zidane lost his first two Champions League finals as well before winning the trophy at his third attempt and the versatile attacker is keen to emulate the Frenchman.
"If necessary, I’ll go to the hairdressers and have a cut like Zidane's if it means I win the thing!"