Bayern Munich star Arjen Robben had an incredible second half of the season with his club, as he helped them win the famous treble. This included the Champions league title as well.

Normally, the FIFA Ballon d’Or award title is given to the best player in the Champions League campaign. Apart from scoring in the final of the competition itself, Robben was an influential figure for Bayern Munich. Hence, he is one of the names being mentioned as a possible candidate to win this prestigious award. The player himself, though, thinks that he will not win this award.

Robben, who has been criticised for being individualistic in the past, has said that his efforts alone did not help Bayern to lift the three major trophies. It was the effort of the whole team that helped them achieve this success according to the 29-year-old star. It was highly speculated that the arrival of Guardiola would spell an end to the Bayern Munich career for the former Chelsea and Real Madrid star. However, an injury to Toni Kroos in the second half of last campaign helped Robben become an important player at Bayern once again.

No, he's just hoping to continue where he left off last season.

“I do not see myself as a candidate to win the Fifa Ballon d'Or. Individual awards mean a lot less than trophies you win with the team. Bayern won because we were a team. We don't have a player like Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, but are strong as a unit. It's difficult to single out one individual star. Nobody at Bayern really cares about the Ballon d'Or as far as I know. We are a team and all have our own role. Pep knows how all of us play," said Robben about his chances of winning the FIFA Ballon d’Or award.