The 24-year-old is convinced Pep Guardiola's side have the beating of any side domestically, while comparing the upcoming clash with Borussia Dortmund to El Clasico
Last season's treble-winners have not lost a league game in 41 matches, and recently broke the record for the longest unbeaten run in Germany.
And the 24-year-old, who has been a key player during this period, sees no reason why Roten can't remain unbeaten all season long.
"Arsenal did it in England, and last season we got very close but lost to Leverkusen," he told Bild.
"It's not easy, but it's certainly an incentive for the season. We believe we can do it."
Muller also discussed the upcoming clash with Dortmund on November 23, saying he feels it now has a similar level of importance to El Clasico in Spain.
"It's always been a big game, but recently it's become even more explosive because of the huge success of both sides," he added.
"It has the potential to be the biggest game in Europe, like El Clasico has been over the years.
"It's a shame it takes place straight after the internationals, but it's something we have to accept. We haven't won there for a few years, and it's time we produced a better performance there.
"These patterns of results have to come to an end at some point."
The Germany international also spoke about the imminent international friendlies with Italy and England and believes they are a good tests ahead of next summer's World Cup.
"Because they are against teams in the top category they are important gauges for the World Cup next summer," he continued.
"For the mood of the country it would be great to win both games. In my opinion we are stronger than both sides. We are one of the top teams in world football, and I feel we are only going to get better."