By FOX Sports staff
Guardiola, who left La Liga giants Barcelona last summer, is currently on a year-long sabbatical after four seasons in charge of the Nou Camp outfit, but will return to management in July when he takes over from Jupp Heynckes at the Allianz Arena.
Given all he achieved with Barca, including guiding them to three La Liga title and two UEFA Champions League triumphs, there will be plenty of attention and pressure when he does take over the Bayern hot seat.
Nonetheless, Hoeness does not believe the ex-Spain international will have any problems and jokingly claimed all he had to do was win every single match.
"I only talk when we [Bayern] lose," he said in an interview with Kicker. "It's simple for Pep.
"All he has to do is to win every game, then no one will say anything!
"I'm a 100% sure that he'll feel comfortable [at Bayern]. I can guarantee that Pep will have no problems with us, as we're on the same wavelength."
The Bayern supremo also revealed that Guardiola's impressive record at winning silverware was not the only reason that he got him the job.
"It's important to win titles, but at least equally as important is to find someone with a philosophy," Hoeness added.
"Every team in the world fancies getting Guardiola with his philosophy."
Although Barca has been the only team the 42-year-old has managed so far, until he moves to the Allianz Arena in the summer, Guardiola has overseas experience having played for Italian sides Roma and Brescia, Qatar's Al Ahli and Dorados of Mexico during his playing career.