"It's more important that we've won 5-0," the Poland international said. "You always have to be thirsty for goals, and you have to be hungry to play better and achieve more. You can't just think that you have achieved enough.

"I always want more. No matter how many goals I have scored or will score, the most important thing always is that we as team pick up three points."

Lewandowski, who is averaging a goal every 22.5 minutes in his last three outings for Bayern, has picked up the baton from fellow Bayern attacker Thomas Muller.

Muller had scored six goals in his opening four Bundesliga games as well as a brace in the 3-0 Champions League win over Olympiakos on Sept. 16, but he has not scored in his four appearances since.
Referring to Lewandowski's recent goal-scoring success, Muller joked: "He

bought my run off me!

"He does a great job, and should he continue like that it's just great for the team and the club. We have to continue to play him into positions. He's certainly in good shape right now."

Muller has credited summer signing Douglas Costa for the Bayern attack's impressive record this season.

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