Ancelotti is not keen on overhauling the Bayern set-up.
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Carlo Ancelotti says he isn't keen on abandoning the good work Pep Guardiola left behind at the Allianz Arena.
New Bayern boss Ancelotti, who signed a three-year deal with the Bundesliga champions, wants to build on the success of Guardiola - who opted for Manchester City.
"I think my friend Guardiola has done some great work in the last few years," the former AC Milan coach said as by433.com quoted.
"I have to take into consideration the characteristics of the players, but I am not here to do a revolution because the job Guardiola did here was fantastic and I would like to follow this style.
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"The style I know very well that Bayern Munich want to play attacking football. I love to play attacking football, I have a fantastic squad and I am really happy with this.
"We have signed fantastic players this season and we will try to do our best and this is our goal.
"Bayern Munich are one of the best teams, best clubs in the world. They have a fantastic tradition and history of football and I would like to follow this line."
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Bayern have won four Bundesliga titles on the bounce, including three during Guardiola's era.