The Euro 2012 semi-finalists have won both their matches in Group C despite vice-captain Bastian Schweinsteiger claiming the atmosphere in the dressing room was not as good as that at his club side Bayern Munich.
Ozil, though, does not see a problem and says all the players are desperate to beat the Republic of Ireland tomorrow [Friday] night and Sweden on Tuesday.
The Real Madrid man told Kicker: "Our aim is to win both games. We will prepare ourselves to do that and give everything we have.
"I know how these guys tick and how we work.
"We are a unit and everyone is fighting for each other.
"Although the expectation is now very large, in recent years we have shown that we can consistently turn in great performances."
The Republic's hopes of causing an upset have been hit by the news captain Robbie Keane will not play due to an Achilles injury.
The 32-year-old was unable to play a full part in training in Malahide this morning [Thursday] and the decision has been taken that he will not be involved in the game at the Aviva Stadium, although he has not given up hope of making Tuesday's trip to the Faroe Islands.
The Republic and Sweden have also got 100% records in the pool although both nations have played just the one game.
Sweden will expect to make it two wins out of two as they visit the Faroes.
Star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic was in confident mood ahead of the trip to Torshavn.
He told reporters: "It will be like all the matches, we will go there to win.
"I think we will win but we will have to keep our focus."
Kazakhstan and Austria meet in Astana with both teams looking to register their first points of the qualifying campaign.