Martin Terrier: "It's not the same OL when everyone plays together"
How he's settling in
"I'm settling in very well. I feel the trust of the staff. I started my professional career in a club that played to avoid relegation. The pressure here is higher. The objectives aren't the same. I'm learning. In order to settle in, you have to perform well and the preparation helped me a lot. I was able to begin settling in before arriving thanks to the France U21 team. I've known Lucas [Tousart] for a while."
The current dynamic
"These victories gave us confidence. We needed to react. We can't play below a certain threshold. We must emphasize this mindset. It's not the same OL when everyone plays together. I feel that this is the beginning of a streak. You have to take advantage of the confidence you've gained."
"I was well aware that in coming to Lyon, the competition would be tough. We must feed on that. You have to learn from the guys who play in your position. I watch every game. I'm also focusing on my game. I know where I need to improve. I've been rigorous in the defensive aspect. I make good decisions at the right times... I like Thierry Henry, Bergkamp and Eden Hazard. I watch a lot of football."
"I'm a little shy, but I can get over it. I know how to adapt quite easily. I can play all over the pitch in attack. It's an asset. I prefer to be directly behind the forwards. I already had the opportunity to play alongside Moussa Dembélé with the U21s."
Wednesday's game at Dijon
"We must remember the mistakes of the past and it starts tomorrow in Dijon. Teams fear Lyon. There are two games within our reach: we have to take all six points."