The BVB star is hoping that European triumph against Bayern Munich on Saturday can cap a memorable first campaign with Jurgen Klopp's sideBorussia Dortmund attacker Marco Reus has admitted that playing in Saturday's Champions League final will be the highlight of his career to date.
The Germany international, who moved to Signal Iduna Park from Borussia Monchengladbach last summer, has played an integral role in Jurgen Klopp's side's journey to Wembley.
The 23-year-old will line-up against Bayern Munich on Saturday as the deposed German champions seek revenge on the Bundesliga winners and is looing forward to the event.
"Reaching the Champions League final is the biggest moment of my career so far and I cannot wait to walk out on this great football stage at the weekend," he said at the launch of the new Puma PowerCat 1 FG, which he will wear for the first time at the weekend.
"My first season at Borussia Dortmund with the whole Champions League tournament has been extremely exciting and going to Wembley is really an absolute highlight for me.
"My new Puma boots feature a similar colourway to the iconic BVB colours, I think this is a good sign and hope they will help me perform well in London and bring about a great end to a phenomenal season."
Reus has made 12 appearances in the Champions League so far this campaign, scoring four goals in the process.