By FOX SPORTS staff
The attacking duo shared a tense relationship last season while vying for the limelight at Bayern Munich, culminating in a bust-up during the team's Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid.
No such issues have occurred this year, with Ribery and Robben setting aside their differences to help the Bavarian side to a historic treble during Jupp Heynckes' final campaign in charge.
Speaking to Bild, Ribery believed Bayern benefitted thoroughly from the mending of the duo's relationship.
"We have talked a lot. I have said that it does not matter who scores. Bayern are not FC Ribery or FC Robben, it's all about Bayern and we need each other in order to be successful. That has been our biggest strength this season. We have always acted as a team," he pointed out.
"Robben has changed his style of play and he really does a lot of hard work for the team now."
The Frenchman also indicated that he was close to signing a new deal with the Bundesliga winners.
"We have talked everything through and a 'yes' is a 'yes' for me. We don't really need paper to confirm our agreement for me," Ribery said.
"But we will obviously have to put pen to paper and that will happen as soon as possible. I am happier than ever before."