The Croatia international has set his sights on winning the treble and has insisted that he has no intention to leave his current clubMario Mandzukic is eagerly anticipating Saturday's DFB-Pokal final against Stuttgart and is desperate for Bayern Munich to become the first-ever German team to win the treble.
The Bavarians have already secured the Bundesliga title and the Champions League and they are determined to make it three out of three in Berlin on Saturday.
"We know we can make history. That's exactly what I want, and that's exactly what all my team-mates want," Mandzukic was quoted as saying on the official Bayern website.
"Anything can happen in a one-off match, but we're confident and we need the same performance we gave in the second half at Wembley. If so, we'll have a huge party with the fans in Munich on Sunday."
The Croatia international then went on to dismiss rumours that he could leave Bayern in the summer transfer window after just one season at the Allianz Arena.
"I can reassure the fans: I feel totally settled at Bayern, on and off the field. And it's going to stay this way next season as well. I'm not thinking of moving on."
Mandzukic has a contract with Bayern until June 2016.