Lewandowski celebrate after scoring the 3-0 in the German Supercup match against Eintracht Frankfurt

After his move to Real Madrid failed to materialise, Bayern Munich centre-forward, Robert Lewandowski, has professed his love for the Bavarians.

It’s a huge about turn for the Polish striker who’d employed the services of Pini Zahavi to push through a switch to the Spanish capital.

“In April and May I was heavily criticised,” Lewandowski said to Sport Bild.

“I didn’t feel the protection of the club, I felt alone, and in two or three important matches, I didn’t score.

“Nobody came to my defence, not even any of the bosses, and it was as if I had had only one season at Bayern and got no credit.

“That was the reason for wanting the farewell.”

However, because he has now felt the support of the fans, he’s changed his mind and intends to fulfil his current contract until 2021.

“I’m in love with Bayern again and I’ve realised that they still want me here,” he explained.

“I will never go on strike, I will never upset the club and I don’t think about other leagues at all.” he said.

Lewandowski admitted that he extended his contract with Zahavi but said that doesn’t mean that the agent has to find a way out of the club.

“That’s true, but he doesn’t have to organise a transfer as there are many other things that a representative has to deal with,” he concluded.