His team, chasing a treble of trophies, secured their 25th German league crown on Sunday, the second in a row under Guardiola.
The Spaniard said that although last season’s triumph with 10 games to spare may have affected the team’s motivation, they had no time to enjoy this term’s victory with the game against Dortmund on Tuesday.
“We are extremely satisfied that we successfully defended our title,” Guardiola said. “We will have time to celebrate but tomorrow we have a final against Dortmund.
“We are still in competition and the next match tomorrow is like a final.
“Of course we can lose but it is a completely different situation from last year. This year all the games are very close together.”
Bayern, looking to repeat their 2013 treble, face Barcelona in the Champions League semi-finals after crushing Porto 7-4 on aggregate in the quarter-final.