Though Guardiola had previously one the coveted trophy during his time at Barcelona, he hopes to win it with his new side.
Guardiola spent three years in Munich and insisted his spell in Germany was like a “dream” – even if he failed to win the Champions League.
“I have a better perspective now that I am looking back at my time there and it’s always positive,” he said. “In three years there are good and bad moments. The dream is to win the Champions League. We were close. I still have friends and an apartment there.
“I will never have a bad word to say about Bayern. “It was a dream, an important part of my life and I have no regrets about what happened there.”
Guardiola stressed there will no major moves to improve his squad before the transfer window closes with the summer arrival of Riyad Mahrez from Leicester his only piece of business so far.
“If we do, we sign one more but in this moment we stay with what we’ve got,” said the City manager. “It’s so expensive and we spent a lot last year because we had an old squad. Maybe one (will come in), maybe not.”