Robert Lewandowski was pleased with his side’s first title of the new season and warned that FC Bayern Munchen will return to their all-conquering form of previous years.
The Bavarians claimed only the Bundesliga last term, with Borussia Dortmund winning the DFB-Pokal and Real Madrid walking away with the Champions League trophy.
They have also struggled in pre-season, with four defeats in their past five friendly outings.
But Carlo Ancelotti’s side did manage to twice come back from a goal down to claimed a penalty shoot-out victory over rivals Dortmund in the DFL-Super Cup on Saturday.
Lewandowski cancelled out Christian Pulisic’s 12th minute opener on 18 minutes as a Roman Burki own-goal on 88 minutes chalked off Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s 71st minute goal.
And the striker, who also netted the first of his side’s penalties in a 5-4 win, said Bayern will work on their errors and be back to their best form within “a few months”.
He told the club’s official website: “I’m very glad about the victory, it is the first title.
“We turned in a very good display. We made a few mistakes but it is the first match of the season.
“We have to step it up even more now. I’m sure everything will be going perfectly in a few months. We will surely be as strong as in the last or the second-to-last year.
“It was a different kind of preparation for us, but now we had a little more time to train, and I’m very happy that we won the first title.”
Up next for Bayern is a DFB-Pokal clash with Chemnitzer on Saturday. They play their first Bundesliga match at home to Bayer 04 Leverkusen on August 18.