The Pole is targeting the biggest prize in Europe in the striker’s final year at the club.
There has been much speculation regarding the future of Borussia Dortmund striker Robert Lewandowski, with Bayern Munich seemingly the player’s desired destination before talks with Napoli put that idea into jeopardy.
Premier League duo Chelsea and Manchester United are also interested in the 25-year-old – who has already confirmed the forward will be leaving the Westfalenstadion when the Poland international’s contract expires at the end of this season.
However, as Dortmund prepare for their opening Champions League match with Napoli, Lewandowski has revealed that the attacker wants to go one better than last term and win the tournament.
“I say that at the moment we are stronger than the year we won the championship and the cup of Germany [2011/12], therefore we can aim high.,” the Pole was quoted by footynews24.com.
“I will go away from here, but first of all I want to leave a good memory winning something important.”
It would be a fitting way for Lewandowski to end four years with Dortmund, having gone so close to lifting the trophy in 2012/13.
The club reached the final at Wembley last term, but were beaten 2-1 by rivals Bayern Munich at the last hurdle.
Lewandowski finished that campaign with 10 Champions League goals – second only to Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo – and to date the attacker has an impressive haul of 80 goals in 146 matches for Dortmund.
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