The Frenchman has enjoyed a resurgence in form this season, scoring eight goals and completing eight assists in 17 appearances.
The 28-year-old has admitted that his family are settled in Bavaria and he can see his stay at the Allianz Arena being for the long-term.
"For me, Munich is more than just a second home," said the winger.
"I can imagine staying forever. Who knows, maybe I could become Uli Hoeness' vice-president!
"I want to play as well as I have done during the past five months, and then have the chance to be the German Footballer of the Year again, like I was in my first season."
Ribery joined Bayern Munich from Marseille in 2007.