The Spaniard believes that Pep Guardiola's men can retain every trophy they won last year and says the players are driven by squad competition.Javi Martinez thinks Bayern Munich is capable of repeating the feats of 2013, a year that saw the club win five trophies.
The Bavarians currently hold the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and Club World Cup, and the former Athletic Bilbao midfielder wants to do it again.
"Yes, I think this team could do this," Martinez, 25, told Sport Bild when asked if a repeat of history was possible. "We have the quality to make a milestone in the history of football."
Martinez hasn't featured for Die Roten since picking up an injury at the Club World Cup in December, but is eager to return to a squad that has become so competitive.
"Each of us has concern over playing," Martinez added. "That's it, what drives us in this season to be even better. No one knows what's going to happen."
When quizzed on his favored position, after Guardiola's rotation of the Spaniard in midfield and defense, it was a straightforward answer from the Spain international.
"I am midfield player," he said, "because I feel there I am a little better than in other positions."