Philipp Lahm believes Bayern Munich are not where Carlo Ancelotti wants them to be yet, after a 1-1 draw with Cologne.
The Bavarians opened the scoring thanks to Joshua Kimmich, only for Modeste’s acrobatic effort to earn a point for his side.
And even though they have opened a lead at the top of the table, Lahm believes they need to reach where Ancelotti wants.
“We still have much work to do,” he said. “Offensively as well as defensively we have to work. We see that we are not yet where we want to go.
“We need to get there. In recent years we have succeeded. We have now lost a game and drawn today.
“It is quite normal that we do not always go with the same technique and that has come because there are new coaches here.
“Of course we are disappointed, we wanted to win. It has always distinguished us that we do not drop points, especially not at home.
“Nevertheless, we are set [at the top]. Now there are very important matches after the break and we have to improve.”