Speaking ahead of the Club World Cup, the winger feels lifting the trophy in Morocco would be "a perfect end" to the year — but warns his side is out to do it all again in 2014.
Die Roten are in Morocco ahead of Tuesday's semifinal clash with AFC Champions League winner Guangzhou Evergrande, with a final against host side Raja Casblanca or Copa Libertadores winner Atletico Mineiro up for grabs.
The French winger, who is one of the three players left in the running for the Ballon d'Or alongside Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, sees no reason why the Bavarians cannot be back at the tournament in a year's time by defending their Champions League, Bundesliga and DFB-Pokal crowns.
"We want to and can defend all three titles next year," Ribery, 30, is quoted as saying by Bild. "Winning the Club World Cup would be the perfect end to a super year."
Despite his confidence that an unprecedented second treble in a row can be achieved under Pep Guardiola this season, Ribery played down suggestions that Bayern has the Bundesliga title secured already despite its nearest contenders falling behind the champions' relentless pace at the summit.
"We must not think that we have won the title," the France international said. "That goes without saying."