Munich - In four years on the books at FC Bayern Munich between 2003-07, Roy Makaay racked up 103 goals in 183 competitive appearances, winning two league titles and two DFB Cups along the way.

The former Dutch international also made a bit of UEFA Champions League history in 2006/07, firing Bayern in front after all of 10.03 seconds in the home leg of their last-16 encounter with Real Madrid - the fastest goal in the history of the competition. Ahead of Saturday's big game, Makaay spoke with bundesliga.com about the outlook for his ex-club at Wembley.

bundesliga.com: Roy Makaay, what are FC Bayern's prospects of winning the Champions League this season?

Roy Makaay: Very good, I think. If the team play the way they did in the semi-final, I'm confident they'll win. It's a one-off game and you can never tell what might happen, but that said, I'm sure Bayern are going to do it this time. Dortmund are not bad at all, but Bayern are a little bit better.

bundesliga.com: Are Dortmund the most awkward opponents Bayern could face in the final?

Makaay: Every opponent's awkward in a final, but Dortmund have nothing to lose. Bayern have got this far for the third time in four years and they lost on both the previous occasions. The pressure's on them - but then, they're a club who are used to dealing with pressure.

bundesliga.com: So despite the added pressure, it's advantage Bayern?

Makaay: Whether they're at an advantage I can't say. But they're certainly the odds-on favourites.

bundesliga.com: Will you be supporting your former club or are you a neutral for this one?

Makaay: I'll be right behind Bayern, for sure. I was there for both the previous finals and here, in their own back yard (2012's penalty shoot-out defeat to Chelsea, ed.) , it was a particularly sorry evening. So I'm hoping they pull it off this time. The way they've been playing all season, they deserve it - and it would put the seal on a fantastic campaign.

Interview: Gregor Nentwig