Robert Lewandowski not concerned about the Ballon d’Or

Bayern Munich superstar Robert Lewandowski has said that he is not concerned about the Ballon d’Or. The Poland international has been in superb form for the Bavarian giants in all competitions this term and he recently netted his 44th and 45th goals of the season against Eintracht Frankfurt as the club reached the final of the DFB Pokal Cup.

The fourth position is the highest Lewandowski has achieved in the Ballon d’Or during the course of his career but there has been the talk that he could be a serious contender for the prestigious accolade, suppose Bayern go on to win the Champions League. Speaking to France Football, Lewandowski said that he always tries to get the best out of himself and does not think about individual awards.

He told: “I was at the award ceremony last December. We'll see. What I try to do is to always show the best of myself, win trophies and score more goals. But that's something that comes with collective trophies. That's the most important thing. I don't even think about the Ballon d'Or, even if, in my life, I believe that anything is possible. I am not yet in the best period of my career. Soon (I'll be). But all of these are just numbers. I am confident that the best moment of my career will come quickly. I know this is not my last contract. I want to play longer and stay in shape.”

Bayern have another three league games remaining for the season and they are just one victory away from lifting the Bundesliga. They should fancy their prospect of doing so against Werder Bremen, considering they have a 100 percent win record against their counterparts in the Bundesliga over the past decade. The club should also be regarded as the favourites to brush aside Bayer Leverkusen in the Cup final and there remains the realistic prospect of winning a treble for only the second time in their history.