Munich - FC Bayern München striker Robert Lewandowski is currently the most in-form front man in world football. In the first of a two-part exclusive interview with bundesliga.com, he insists Bayern face a fight to win an unprecedented fourth successive league title, and explains how he is trying to keep his head while all around are losing theirs over his record-breaking goalscoring form.
The prolific former Borussia Dortmund forward has hit an unprecedented purple patch at the start of the 2015/16 campaign having scored 16 goals in 10 competitive appearances for Bayern, sending Bundesliga records tumbling and leaving team-mates, opponents and fans breathless.
Despite the excitement his feats are generating, the 27-year-old is keeping his feet planted firmly on the ground and, talking in an exclusive interview with bundesliga.com, discussed the secret behind his success, the importance of not letting his form go to his head, and whether or not the Bundesliga title race has already reached a conclusion.
bundesliga.com: Hello Robert Lewandowski, or would it be better if we called you 'Superman' or 'Terminator'?
Lewandowski: [laughs] Who calls me that?
bundesliga.com: Certain Polish newspapers were referring to you that way in light of how many goals you've been scoring. Which role suits you better?