No club has had to face more criticism than Borussia Dortmund when it comes to Bayern Munich's dominance in the Bundesliga. After the Bavarians lifted the German league title for the 10th time in a row, comments of Bundesliga being 'non-competitive' and 'boring' in terms of offering a title fight gained momentum once again. Jude Bellingham, one of Dortmund's biggest stars, silenced Bundesliga's critics with a sharp retort.Bellingham came to Borussia Dortmund in the summer of 2021 having only played in the English second tier with Birmingham City. He hit the ground running and is now considered one of the finest midfielders in the world.In a chat with Times Now during an exclusive Round Table conference, Bellingham was asked about the common perception of the Bundesliga being boring. Q: There are those who believe the Bundesliga is becoming 'boring' due to Bayern's dominance. Borussia Dortmund have been Bayern's biggest challengers over the last 10 years. Do you feel this narrative puts a bigger responsibility on Dortmund's shoulders of not just ending Bayern's monopoly but also breathing more life into the Bundesliga?Ans: You are right about what people say for the Bundesliga, that it's not competitive or it's boring and stuff like that. People stay stuff like that without watching the league. They see videos of Bayern lifting the trophy and assume that it wasn't close. You can say what you want to but when you are in the league and watching every game, you know how entertaining the players are. In terms of the rivalry with Bayern, we have been a little bit off them for the last few years. I think for a player like me, it gives me a lot of excitement knowing that could be the end goal to stop the run of 10 years. It is something that would be amazing for Borussia Dortmund and me personally. That's why I have the determination to go in next year. It would be one of the biggest achievements of Europe to knock off the team that has been so dominant for so long. That would be really big. That has to be our aim every year. Not just say it but try and show it on the pitch. That's where they've been better than us, they've been more consistent and ruthless.Bellingham was recently hailed by Liverpool legend and current Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard as one of the top 5 midfielders in the world. When he was asked about this praise, the young Englishman admitted that he was quite flattered.Q: Steven Gerrard recently called you one of the top five midfielders in the world. What is your reaction to this sort of a praise from Gerrard who is an iconic English footballer himself?Ans: I was a bit taken aback. He is someone I've looked up to for years growing up. When he says something like that, it's a real pleasure. It's something that I am quite happy with but you need to keep going. The praise is nice when you hear it but at the end of the day, the job is to help the team win.On his future and Erling Haaland With the summer transfer window approaching, Bellingham has been subjected to plenty of rumours himself, some linking him to Manchester City, the others to Liverpool. However, the 18-year-old vowed to stay with Borussia Dortmund, at least for another season."The only future I am thinking about is the next game for Dortmund. And, I'll be here next season and ready to go", he said.Bellingham's teammate Erling Haaland is set to leave for Manchester City, with terms already agreed. Speaking of his move to Bellingham's home country England, the young midfielder said that the Cityzens are very lucky to have him."After it was announced (the move), I told him I was really happy for him. He is getting to fulfill the next step of his journey and his dream as a footballer. Obviously, he is a brilliant player, a brilliant lad. The kind of vibe he brings to the changing room, the way he is with the players, I'll miss the most. Man City are very lucky to get a player like him," he said.