By FOX Sports staff
Bayern, who also won the DFB-Pokal and UEFA Champions League last term, recently began training under Guardiola, who was named as the successor to Jupp Heynckes long before the veteran coach had led the club to the treble.
Kroos, whose contribution last season was ended after picking up an injury in the Champions League quarter-final win over Juventus, is back in training now and revealed he is enjoying life under Guardiola.
"Training with Guardiola is good," he said. "He's always talking to each player, trying to give them a vision of the style of football he wants to play.
"I think that with him, every player will have a different task and will have to adapt their game to what he wants. He just has his own style - his own plan.
"He wants to communicate that to each player individually. For some positions, that works better in a one-on-one situation.
"It's better to do that than to talk in front of the whole team."
Bayern will officially begin their 2013/14 campaign on July 27 when they take on Borussia Dortmund for the first piece of silverware on offer in the German calendar - the DFL-Supercup.