The winger has intimated that he would end his career early if he wins top honours this season, and claimed that he would lose the Pokal final if it meant a win against Chelsea
He also claimed that claimed that the ultimate goal for his club is to claim Europe's most elite club trophy later in May, despite the Bavarians' upcoming DFB-Pokal final match against Borussia Dortmund on Saturday.
The Netherlands international was adamant that the European title was the greatest prize in club football, but admitted he was focused entirely on the game against the Bundesliga champions.
“Am I focused on the Champions League final? No,” the 28-year-old told German magazine Kicker. “That game is the biggest target, but first we have the [DFB-Pokal] final against Dortmund. And in that, we'll give everything.
“But, to be honest, the Champions League title is the biggest goal for our team, for me, for the club, for everyone.
“If someone were to offer that we win the Champions League, but not the Pokal final, I'd take it immediately.”
Robben concluded the interview by sending out a warning to both his club and country: “Two years ago, I promised my wife and mother that if I were to win the Champions League and Euro 2012, I would stop playing football.”
The former Real Madrid and PSV man scored 12 goals in 24 Bundesliga appearances this term.