Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller believes manager Pep Guardiola will not let standards drop despite preparing to leave the Allianz Arena at the end of the season, according to Bild - via ​FourFourTwo.

Guardiola confirmed last month that he will be leaving the German champions at the end of his contract in June, with Bayern ​later appointing Carlo Ancelotti as his successor. But Muller feels the Spaniard is eager to end his spell on a high, with the club in the running for a treble.

"We have known for two weeks now that he will go but we know one thing: Pep will do anything for success," Muller told Bild.

"He does not change his attitude or work ethic. He wants to be successful. He wants the club to be successful. It would be very strange if suddenly he no longer did anything for success.

"That would be crazy. He has done everything from the very first day here for success and he will do this until the last day, together with us."

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Bayern are currently eight points clear at the top of the Bundesliga and take on Bochum next month in the DFB-Pokal quarter-finals. The only trophy to elude Guardiola at Bayern is the Champions League, and the German champions face Juventus in the last 16.

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Success in all three would see Bayern achieve their first treble since Jupp Heynckes' side dominated Europe in 2012/13. And Muller said Bayern's players were not feeling any additional pressure despite Guardiola's looming departure. 

He added: "We want to build on our form in the first round. The conditions are good and the atmosphere in the team is excellent.

"We do not feel the pressure of the treble. In Germany we have always had the biggest pressure and we are accustomed to this.

"We want the maximum success possible, as always. But we also know that this is hard."

Bayern return to action on January 22 against Hamburg.