"In the league, we're fine. Mathematically, we are two points better off than at the same stage of last season. We'll try to do the same thing: win as many games as we can and see what happens. After this international break, we have some big games coming up. Everyone talks about PSG. Yes, we'll have to try and win that match, but first there's Amiens and Leipzig.
As far as the Champions League is concerned, we unfortunately got off to a poor start. We no longer hold our fate in our own hands. But we believe. The team has changed a little. It's obviously taken a little time for everything to get going. It's going to be hard, but we'll go for it in both games, win and see how things stand after matchday 6. If we don't qualify for the Champions League there's always the Europa League."