By FOX Sports Staff
Bayern won the first ever German treble after beating Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League final and running away with the Bundesliga title under Jupp Heynckes.
With Guardiola taking over the retiring Heynckes at helm this season, the pressure will be on the Spaniard to maintain the standard for the Bavarians - a task that Schwerinsteiger believes will be tough for the former Barcelona coach to replicate.
"We all hope that Pep will improve us in certain things, even if that's going to be a bit difficult," Schweinsteiger was quoted as saying by Bundesliga.com.
"We've all got to get used to each other, which means the new coaching team getting to know Bayern as much as it means Bayern getting to know the coaching team.
"It's something special for the entire club. For us as a team, we've got to know a very friendly person. Pep knows everything about football and had great success with Barcelona."
"We're all even hungrier after last season. We just want more, we want to enjoy moments like those in London all over again. We want to have another successful season," he added.
"We're not going to sit back and relax with what we achieved last season. It may be a little harder, but it will be a great challenge because we're going to have to do even more."