Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola announced that he will leave the club at the end of the season, but star man Arjen Robben has eased the worries of the club's fans with his latest comments.
As reported by FourFourTwo, the Dutch winger said, "It is very sad that he will not continue. I would like to work with him over a longer period. We learned a lot from him and he is improving each player.
"But it is not over yet. We have around six months to go and we have to enjoy this time with him and try to be successful. Yeah, it is totally different. He is not fully committed anymore. No, it is not different. I think we have too much experience.
"In this business it is usual. Players come and go and that goes for coaches as well. We have to continue our work. We just have one goal and that goal is to be successful. We have to focus on that."
It is widely thought that the former FC Barcelona boss will move on to Manchester City next, with the Spaniard keen to prove his worth in the Premier League, having already won domestic titles in both Spain and Germany.
Bayern defender Jerome Boateng was also on hand to speak of his boss' decision to leave the Allianz Arena at the end of the current campaign, "When I was younger I also wanted to go to England. That's different for every player. Some just want to stay in the same country all the time. I think you have to respect that and it's totally understandable.
"Maybe that's the reason why he wants to go to England, to win trophies with his style. But you have to ask him. But that's all a far way to come in the future. We are currently in the middle of our season and are still focussed on our goals with Bayern."