The Bundesliga champions go into the second leg of the Champions League semi-final tie with a massive advantage after the 4-0 win at the Allianz Arena and having rested many of their star players in the weekend's 1-0 win over Freiburg.
Bayern are now favourites to go through, but Ribery insists that they will still go all out against Barcelona when they meet on Wednesday for the second leg of the semi-final.
"We are not done yet," the 30-year-old was quoted by tz-online.de.
"It is very difficult at Camp Nou. We have to play like we did in the first game."
Bayern director of sport, Matthias Sammer also shared similiar sentiments.
"The focus in Barcelona should be on the performance and not on the result," the 45-year-old stressed.
"We just have to carry the ball as we did in the first leg and play with creativity. If we don't do it that way, it could be dangerous."
With Bayern chasing a treble this season, Sammer acknowledged that this season has been a successful one but urged them not to rest on their laurels.
"It's a wonderful achievement," Sammer enthused.
"I am really happy about it. This is very important for the head, for our rhythm and the mood in the dressing room.
"The season has been a marathon. We've already won the championship. In the Champions League we are very much in the hunt but we're not yet at the destination."