Bayern Munich talisman Robert Lewandowski has said that winning the FIFA Club World Cup on Thursday would be the "icing on the cake" in an incredible period for the club.
It means Bayern have the chance to secure a remarkable sextuple of trophies after already coming out on top in the Bundesliga, DFB Cup, UEFA Champions League, DFL Supercup and UEFA Supercup over the past year.
Should Hansi Flick's team win again on Thursday, they would emulate the success of Pep Guardiola's Barcelona side in 2010.
Watch: See some of Lewandowski's best Bundesliga goals
"The Club World Cup title would be the icing on the cake," Lewandowski said at a pre-game press conference on Tuesday. "Only one team has won six titles in one season and we have the chance to become the second. It's a chance to write footballing history and it's also a big challenge and a big day for us.
"When you are so close to winning a trophy, you have to give everything to make it happen."
The 32-year-old Pole already has 29 goals in 2020/21, and he clearly wants to add to his sizeable medal collection with another victory on Thursday.
"We have the chance to win the sixth title," he said. "We know what that means, not just in the history of Bayern but in the whole of football. We haven't played our best football yet. We know that the most important phase of the season is coming up, with the Champions League as well. We're feeling good. We want to win every game and to showcase the football that we can play.
"We know that we can play a lot better than we did in the semi-final but the most important is that we win the trophy… we have to show on the pitch that we're the better team and that we absolutely want to win this competition."
Following the FIFA Club World Cup final, Bayern will return to Bundesliga action before resuming their bid to win the Champions League for a seventh time when they take on Lazio in the round of 16 on 23 February.