The Netherlands international has stressed that the Bavarians are determined to win Saturday's showpiece, but admitted their DFB Pokal final loss to Dortmund was a big blow
The Dutchman believes that making it to the final of Europe's most elite club competition is an immense achievement, and is eager to come out victorious this time around after losing the 2010 showpiece 2-0 to Inter.
"This is a unique chance. You never know whether you will ever make it to the final of the Champions League again. We have to make it happen now," Robben stated to De Telegraaf.
"I think that the lost 2010 Champions League final will only have a positive impact."
Nevertheless, Robben did admit that Bayern's 5-2 DFB-Pokal final defeat to Borussia Dortmund last Saturday has hurt their confidence.
"That definitely was a bit of a blow to our morale. That was a very nice trophy that we wanted to win as well."
Saturday's Champions League final at the Allianz Arena kicks off at 20.45CET.
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