Netherlands winger Arjen Robben has expressed his frustration by his recent injury woes but he is determined to bounce back.
The former Chelsea star has not featured for Pep Guardiola’s side since their goalless draw with Borussia Dortmund in early March following an adductor injury.
Bayern are treating Robben’s recovery with caution, so haven’t set date for his return which has added to the frustration of player.
“I am working on my return, but there is no schedule,” he told Kicker.
“It’s really frustrating because I was in top shape again and ready for the big games. But I will never give up.”
Robben also spoke manager Pep Guardiola, who is set to join Manchester City at the end of the season – the Dutchman backs the Spaniard to be a success in the premier league.
“Definitely he will put his philosophy on the team,” Robben told The Mail on Sunday. “The way he thinks about football, how football has to be played, that’s what he wants to bring to Manchester. So it’s going to be interesting with the squad he has now and what players are coming in and it will be a curious project to follow.
“He shows his emotions on the pitch and on the training pitch. You have managers who sit still for 90 minutes on the bench and say something at half-time and then you have managers who are more emotional, like Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool. I like it. I enjoy it. He’s there. He’s full commitment, 100 per cent.”
Robben has made 22 appearances in all competitions for Bayern Munich this season with seven goals to his credit.