Dutchman will be appearing in his third European Cup final in the space of just four years.
Bayern Munich midfield player Arjen Robben says that he is currently enjoying the best moments of his career with the German outfit, reports BBC Sport Online.
The Netherlands international arrived in Bavaria from Spanish giants Real Madrid four years ago in a deal worth 25 million euros, and the 29-year-old has proved himself to be a massive success at the Allianz Arena in the intervening four-year period.
And on Saturday night at Wembley Stadium the wide man will be appearing in his third Uefa Champions League final for Bayern, who take on fellow Bundesliga side Borusia Dortmund for the right to be crowned champions of Europe.
However, Robben will be hoping for a different result to what happened in his first two European Cup finals, which both ended in defeat with Bayern, firstly three years ago when they lost to Jose Mourinho’s Inter Milan at the Santiago Bernabeu, and then again in last year’s final when Munich lost on penalties to Chelsea on their own ground.
“It is always easy to be happy if you are successful, if you play finals, if you win titles,” said Robben.
“It is very easy to say I am happiest at the moment.
“I have been at great clubs before, like Chelsea, like Madrid and in Holland, and you always have very good periods in your careers and some disappointments.
“We have seen over the years the Bundesliga has improved a lot, we see a very good development. It is quite impressive.
“At national team level is it so easy because they have so much talent. If you see their national team, not just the starting 11 but the bench, I think a lot of them would play in another national starting 11.
“In club football, I can’t look at all the German clubs, but in general you see the development and level of football that has improved over the last two or three years. The intensity, it is physically very strong and the proof is this season in Europe as all the teams have done a great job.”