Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski says his side have “a lot more potential” after their 3-3 draw at Ajax on Wednesday.
Bayern are 11.00 to win the Champions League outright, Ajax are 81.00, while Paris Saint-Germain are priced at 8.50 to secure Europe’s top prize.
The Bavarian giants secured top spot in Champions League Group E thanks to the draw in Amsterdam, with Ajax joining them in the draw for the last 16 as runners-up.
Bayern twice held the lead in the Netherlands but were pegged back as Ajax claimed a share of the spoils.
“That was a very offensive game,” said Poland international Lewandowski.
“But what we showed in the possession game wasn’t good. That was missing.
“Ajax had more ball possession. We still had a lot of opportunities, but we didn’t use them. [Ajax goalkeeper Andre] Onana also did a great job. We have a lot more potential.”
Bayern extended their unbeaten run to five matches after the draw at Ajax and now head to Hannover in the Bundesliga on Saturday.
The German champions are 1.25 to take all three points at the HDI-Arena, Hannover can be backed at 12.00, while the draw is 6.50.
Bayern sit third in the Bundesliga and trail leaders Borussia Dortmund by nine points, while second-placed Borussia Monchengladbach are two points clear of the Munich club.