Robben not expecting Pep axe

The Dutch winger believes that he can remain in favour at the Bavarians under the new coach despite the new arrivals this summer

Arjen Robben is certain that Pep Guardiola's arrival at Bayern Munich will not see him drop out of the club's first XI.

The winger was part of the team who won an unprecedented treble last term, scoring the winning goal in the Champions League final against Borussia Dortmund.

The Bavarians have since added Mario Gotze and Thiago Alcantara to their squad, however, the Dutchman is certain that he still has a major part to play in the club's 2013-14 campaign.

"I think I will play. Obviously we have many good players and signed new ones, in general I like it because we made our team stronger," he told Kicker.

"We have more quality now. I don't think my situation will change. I need to stay fit and I am not afraid that anything will change."

Robben says his strike in the final against Dortmund has been the icing on the cake following the fantastic season under Jupp Heynckes before Guardiola replaced him in June.

"We had the comparison to the season before," he continued. "Obviously this time the feeling was better and you can relax better with the family. 

"Wherever I am, everybody reminds me of the victory in the final and my goal. That is very nice and I can't get enough of it."