Bayern Munich striker Thomas Müller has said that he is not happy with his role as the substitute this season and will be looking for a move elsewhere if things do not improve next season as well.

Thomas Müller broke into the scene at the 2010 FIFA World Cup, but has struggled to make his impression at Bayern Munich this season. He has largely been used as a substitute by Bayern Munich this season, although he started the Champions League final against Chelsea. Thomas Müller scored the only goal of the game for Bayern Munich before Didier Drogba equalised with seconds left.

The 22-year-old German has said that he has grown extended frustrated about life on the bench and wants to discuss his future with the club as soon as possible. He has also revealed that he will not be interested in sitting on the bench for another season and will be looking to leave the club if that's the case. If he does choose to leave, Thomas Müller will have no shortage of offers from some of the top clubs in Europe. Chelsea and Manchester City are some of the clubs interested in his services, while Barcelona have also been kept informed of the situation.

“Everybody knows that not only do I wear the Bayern Munich emblem on my shirt, but Bayern will always be my club. I am therefore not forced to think about leaving. But the situation at the moment does not particularly make me say that I would not listen to offers. I am here to play at the European Championships and that is the one and only thing I am concentrating on," said Müller ahead of the Euro 2012 campaign. Despite being one of the substitute for Bayern Munich, Thomas Müller is a key individual for the German national team.