Blaise, how are you and how was training this week?
"I'm good. Training has been fine. A lot of players were away on international duty but we've got a big squad and can still work well and prepare properly for the weekend's match against Ajaccio."
Did you watch France's 2-1 win over Germany on Wednesday?
"I watched the game because I was in the squad not so long ago. It's always nice to see them register such a great win. The France national team are undefeated in 18 games now and that's a very good thing. Winning such an important match is the perfect way to prepare for the European championships, especially against a big gun like Germany."
Are the Euros one of your personal objectives?
"It's an objective, but it comes from playing regularly and playing well. I hope to get that here. But my priority is the club and helping it win as many titles as possible. That means winning this title and perhaps the Coupe de France this season."
How are you approaching the Ajaccio match?
"It's not going to be an easy match against a team that are full of confidence at the moment. They had a tough start to life in Ligue 1 this season but have found their feet now. But we're Paris Saint-Germain, we're playing at the Parc des Princes and we'll do everything we can to win. Showing respect for Ajaccio means not allowing them to play football and showing them that we are the favourites."
What do you know about the Ajaccio team?
"I haven't seen a lot of their matches but I know they recently signed Eduardo, a very good Ligue 1 player. I think he will be their danger man. They also have a lot of local players in their squad, such as Cavalli. We'll do the maximum to get the three points."
PSG are coming off three draws in a row in Ligue 1. Getting a win is very important...
"Of course! I think the Parc des Princes will be another sell-out and we'll try and get the result four our supporters. It's important to get back to winning ways for the rest of the championship. We want to get top spot back as quickly as possible and keep it all the way to the end!"