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Mattia De Sciglio: "We can always improve"

Published on 01 February 2021 at 1:30 PM
Mattia De Sciglio : « On peut toujours s'améliorer »
Two days before the trip to Dijon, Mattia De Sciglio spoke to journalists. The full press conference can be found on OLTV and OLPlay.

PSG's loss

“There are no easy games, the PSG game showed that, and we know it as well. We have to make sure we stay focused. It's good news, but Lille won too, and while we speak less about them, they are showing that they are a very strong team."

 

His preferred position

“I feel great, I'm finding my rhythm and that's very important. It doesn't matter if I play on the right or on the left, the most important thing is to play. I am available to the coach, I play where he needs me. On the right is my natural position, but I can play on the left without problems. I'm happy, but as I often say, you can always improve and I think that continuing to play can help me find that confidence to be even better."

 

On Léo Dubois

“Leo is a very good player for us, one of the team's leaders. I like his determination, his mentality, he is very important for the team. "

 

Winning at the death

“These wins are the best, because it was a tough match, against a strong team that defended well. Our determination allowed us to win this match and ultimately to move up a place in the table."

 

On Dijon

“We have to stay focused on ourselves, we cannot think that the matches will be easy. Dijon only conceded one goal against Lille, the leader. We have to enter the pitch with the same determination as in Saint-Etienne and against Bordeaux."

 

On the differences with the Italian league

“In Italy there are more tactics. Here I have found things to be more dynamic, for there to be more attacking football and that's something I really like."

 

His future

"I'm focused on the present, I want to play well here until the end of the championship, I hope to be called up for the Euros and then we'll see. I wouldn't mind staying in Lyon."

 

 

 

 

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