Bayern Munich president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has called on Louis van Gaal to make good on his promises.
The Bundesliga champions have endured a poor domestic season so far and currently sit 15 points off the pace in the title race.
Van Gaal recently revealed that he wanted to reach the 30-point mark before the season closes down for winter and he has been informed that he is expected to meet that target.
“Louis, last week you said that you wanted us to reach 30 points come the winter break,” said Rummenigge.
“10 points in four games is a tall order.
“But we want to and have got to achieve it.”
Bayern host Eintracht Frankfurt on Saturday and have tricky away games at Schalke and Stuttgart as well as a home game against St Pauli to come.
They must take at least three wins and a draw from those fixtures if they are to reach their target for the halfway stage and placate Rummenigge.
Rummenigge also revealed that admitted Bayern would consider strengthening their defensive options unless there was an improvement at the back.
“If we do not get used to controlling our errors in the back four we will have to do business on this,” he told Sky Deutschland television.
“We will carefully look into this. We are going to analyse things and then come up with a binding decision.”