Thomas Mueller says Bayern Munich are determined to beat Stuttgart in the DFB-Pokal and clinch an historic treble triumph.
Bayern will take to the field at Berlin's Olympic Stadium on Saturday knowing they can secure the impressive feat, which would be a first for a German side, in what is coach Jupp Heynckes' final game in charge of the club.
"The cup has gained in importance, because the prize on offer is more than just the cup, we can make history. It won't be 85 percent, it'll be 100 percent and nothing less," he told FCB.TV.
"We were a little heavy legged yesterday, you sensed things were still a little out of shape. But it was better today."
Mueller knows Bayern will face a tough challenge from a Stuttgart team keen to cap off their season with silverware.
"Naturally, they'll get stuck in. Stuttgart can salvage their entire season by winning the cup, so they'll give it everything they've got, we have not won the match yet. In this game as in every other, we'll have to work for our success," Mueller said.
The midfielder has been a pivotal player for Bayern this season, playing both on the right and in a central position, scoring 22 goals in 46 appearances.