Created on 14-02-2013 at 00:00 AM
Bayern travel to Wolfsburg on Friday (Live in English from 8.30 pm CET on FCB.tv Web Radio) utterly determined to extend a run of four wins in four since the winter break, with none of Greuther Fürth, Stuttgart, Mainz or Schalke capable of derailing the Bavarian express. Jupp Heynckes’ men now face the Wolves, and are hoping for a perfect start to the traditionally packed early spring schedule, which this year features five games in 17 days.
“All in all, we've been very good since the winter break. We're in good shape and in good form," said Heynckes prior to Thursday's final pre-match training session at the Säbener Strasse facility. Despite a huge 15-point lead in the standings over champions Borussia Dortmund, the FCB coach has detected no hint of complacency among his players. “We're highly motivated to keep marching on and close in on our biggest target, the German championship," declared the 67-year-old.