Bayern Munich may well have made history by winning the Bundesliga title with six games to spare but there were rather muted celebrations in Frankfurt as captain Philippe Lahm warned "we aren't done yet".
Jupp Heynckes' side have been the champions elect for some time and have led the way since the very first week of the season. On Saturday a solitary goal from Bastian Schweinsteiger secured the 1-0 win at Eintracht Frankfurt that delivered a 23rd league title but it seems this side feel they still have much to achieve.
Bayern finished as runners-up in three competitions last season and having reclaimed the Bundesliga crown from Borussia Dortmund, they have now set their sights on winning the Champions League.
Having lost in the final to Chelsea on penalties last year, Bayern are desperate to secure a trip to Wembley in May. With the second-leg of their Champions League quarter-final tie against Juventus, which they lead 2-0, on Wednesday, Lahm has warned that they will not rest on their laurels.
"We aren't done yet," Lahm warned UEFA.com. "There's still a long way [to go] and we still have big goals to achieve."
The Bavarians have won 11 straight league games since the turn of the year and despite winning the league title, it is clear that the players will not fully celebrate until their European campaign comes to an end.
"We have worked hard for this and we are happy that we have achieved one of our goals. We deserve to be here and the joy among the team is tremendous. However, we have a very tough game on Wednesday and we need to start focusing on that," stated David Alaba.
Bayern have a chance of completing the treble this season, but president Uli Hoeness made it clear that continental success is now the priority.
"Our goal is to win the Champions League," explained Hoeness. "The DFB Cup is a great competition, but the Champions League is the best in the world and we want to win it."
Despite being the first club to win the league title in any of the major European leagues, Bayern are still third favourites to win Champions League behind Spanish duo Barcelona and Real Madrid.