The striker will leave Signal Iduna Park for Bayern Munich in the summer but wants to end his time with the club by lifting one last piece of silverware.
The Poland international will depart Signal Iduna Park for Bayern Munich in the summer, but opportunities are running out for him to end his stay at the club on a high.
The Bavarians have already been crowned Bundesliga champions, while Dortmund were knocked out of the Champions League quarter-finals by Real Madrid.
However, BVB remain in the hunt for the DFB Pokal and face Wolfsburg in the semi-finals of the competition on Tuesday, with Lewandowski determined to win one last trophy in yellow and black.
"The next game is so important. In the cup we can strike again. We are a great team and that should not be forgotten," he told TZ.de. "But we're facing a good team and we will have to perform well from the first minute until the last, unlike in the league game."
The 25-year-old was left out of the starting lineup at the weekend as Dortmund stunned Bayern 3-0 in the Bundesliga, but Lewandowski insists he has no qualms over his cameo appearance.
"By the time I came on the game was already under control. It's a shame the title is already lost but it was still an important victory with a view to second place," he said. "It is an advantage that I didn't play. I can be 100% on Tuesday night."