By ESPNSTAR.com staff
Robben, 28, recently recovered from a hamstring injury and specified, while undergoing rehabilitation, that his continual injuries had often prompted thoughts of calling an early retirement to his career.
However, it appears that he now has a much more positive attitude towards life and football as he stated that he is enjoying playing for the German giants.
The Netherlands winger was previously a player for Real Madrid, Chelsea and PSV but has enjoyed the best spell of his career with the Bundesliga giants since joining them in 2009. Last year, he helped them reach the Champions League final and has been an integral factor in their impressive start to this season, notching five assists from 11 appearances.
Robben had also been in the news last season for an alleged row with team-mate Franck Ribery but he has now decided to go on record to confirm his commitment to the club.
"Can I envisage staying at the club for the rest of my playing days? Yes, of course I can," he told tz-online.de.
"Obviously it depends on my personal health and my performances on the pitch but I hope it happens. I have a contract until 2015, so we will see.
"Munich is a great city. I have lived in many cities in Europe but I have never felt this comfortable and my wife and children love it as well."
Bayern are comfortably on top of the Bundesliga table with 30 points from their first 11 games and Robben puts it down to a stronger drive to achieve success after a relatively barren year last term.
"I think everyone is performing better, we are hungrier and more ambitious than before," Robben opined.
"We are that extra bit better than last year, we have the winning mentality and we are more stable, which is the most important part."