Barcelona - A masterful 3-0 victory at the Camp Nou secured FC Bayern Munich a 7-0 aggregate success against FC Barcelona and a place in the UEFA Champions League final against domestic rivals Borussia Dortmund at Wembley Stadium on 25 May.

In the wake of a memorable evening in the Catalonian capital, FC Bayern head coach Jupp Heynckes spoke about his team's performance, the prospect of a first all-German Champions League final, Saturday's Bundesliga clash with Dortmund and his own plans for the future.

Question: Jupp Heynckes, 7-0 against FC Barcelona in the semi-finals - is that an outcome you could have foreseen?

Jupp Heynckes: When the draw was made, it would certainly have been a stretch to imagine us winning 4-0 at home and then 3-0 at the Camp Nou as well. And those two games don't change the fact that Barcelona are not only an extraordinary club, but one with a fantastic team as well.

Question: What was the key factor in FC Bayern making it through to the final at Wembley?

Question: Barcelona certainly had some personnel problems. When someone like Messi can't play, it obviously makes a difference. He's a fundamental part of the Barcelona team. That said, we played to a very high standard ourselves. As a whole, the team are playing fantastic football at the moment. There's a wonderful harmony, which comes to the fore out on the pitch. All the rest's a product of hard work in training. We've perfected our ability to switch from defence to attack, and vice-versa. I never at any point got the feeling Barcelona were going to score. We're performing at a world-class level.

Question: And now it's Borussia Dortmund in the final...

Heynckes: It's just great for German football that a Bundesliga club are going to win the Champions League for the first time since 2001. It's a dream final for the German game and a meeting of two teams at the highest level. But it's too early yet to be making any predictions.

Question: FC Bayern are unbeaten in three games now against Dortmund. (wins in the pre-season Supercup and the DFB Cup and a draw in the Bundesliga, all in Munich, ed.) Are they favourites for the final?

Heynckes: No. There are no favourites in a Champions League final. If we keep playing the way we are at the moment, we've got a great chance. But we're not looking back on those other games, you can't compare them. We won in the cup and the Supercup, for sure, and drew in the league. But a Champions League final is a completely different kettle of fish.

Question: The two sides lock horns with each other in the Bundesliga on Saturday. What significance do you attach to that game?

Heynckes: I think both coaches will gather their flock for starters to see who still has fuel in the tank at the moment. Saturday's game won't be any kind of form guide for the final. Both teams will be going into it fairly laid-back.

Question: Are you sure about that?

Heynckes: There might be a bit more resentment on the Dortmund side on the back of the Mario Götze transfer news. We're going there to contest a game of football, that atmosphere won't affect us. We've got the chance to earn even more points, but we're already the German champions. The attractive, successful football we're playing is unparalleled. And we're not finished yet.

Question: You could crown you career with the treble this season. Do you have concrete plans for what happens next?

Heynckes: I'm turning 68 on May the 8th. That'll be 50 years in football, as a player and coach. There comes a point where you think to yourself, enough is enough. But you'll have to have a bit more patience, I'll comment on that when I think the moment is right. Until then, I'm focusing fully on FC Bayern.