By FOX Sports staff
Bayern have been brilliant all season long and won the Bundesliga title with a staggering 25-point lead over second-placed Borussia Dortmund, and are also on course to win the DFB-Pokal as they are heavily fancied to beat Stuttgart in the final on June 1.
For now though, their attentions are firmly on Saturday's eagerly-anticipated clash at Wembley, which represents the first time two German sides will be facing off for European club football's biggest prize.
Having completed the league campaign at the weekend with a come-from-behind 4-3 win over Borussia Monchengladbach, Bayern are all ready to win the European Cup for the fifth time in their history.
"We resume training on Tuesday, when we'll focus on work, go for it again in training, and then it's the big one on Saturday," he said on the club's official website.
"We're all totally looking forward to the match. We have to be up for it at just the right time."
The Germany international admits he has been thinking about Saturday since his side eased past Barcelona in the semi-finals with a 7-0 aggregate triumph, and promised they would be giving it their all against Dortmund.
"Ever since we got past Barcelona, I've been thinking about it [the final] every day," Boateng revealed. "And since Saturday evening every hour.
"We've all been waiting for this chance, especially after last season's bitter disappointment [of losing to Chelsea on penalties in the final].
"I can't see into the future but I can promise this: we'll give everything we've got. If we play like we did against Barcelona and Juventus [in the quarter-finals], we'll do it. I'm optimistic."
Bayern will have no excuses for being unfamiliar with the opposition they'll be up against this weekend, and Dortmund have had some joy in past meetings with the Bavarian side.
Still, Boateng believes it is BVB who should be wary given the fine form Bayern have been in over the past ten months.
"They [Dortmund] know everything about us and we know everything about them," he added.
"But BVB will definitely have registered that we're in superb shape and we're not exactly easy to beat."
The last time Bayern were crowned champions of Europe was in 2001, when they beat Valencia 5-4 on penalties after both side played out a 1-1 draw.