Unai Emery: 'Come back with the win'

Two days out from the trip to Guingamp for their Ligue 1 Conforama Week 2 clash, Paris Saint-Germain coach Unai Emery spoke to the press about the match.

INJURIES
"We still have Saturday's training session to take stock and see who will make the trip. Lucas has had a small injury for the past few days and he trained with the physios today. We'll see how he is tomorrow. The others are doing well. As for Neymar, we're still waiting on his transfer certificate. Jesé isn't here due to personal reasons; he needs to be with his family."

THE OPPONENTS
"We have a lot of respect for all our opponents. Guingamp had a great season last time around, they won their first match in the current campaign and their stadium will be packed on Sunday. All of our opponents are always highly motivated when they play us; they want to push us around and get the win. We have to prepare well for this match. We know it will be difficult - we lost there last season - but we need to get a result and go after the win. The players are all aware that it will be complicated and that there will be a great atmosphere. Everyone has warned the new recruits that it won't be easy. I think that Guingamp want to see Neymar play, of course. It would be great for everyone, including the fans."

Unai Emery: 'Come back with the win'

NEYMAR
"We'll see whether the LFP can finalise his eligibility in time. We all want him to start playing as soon as possible. He feels good in training, and we have worked on tactics and set pieces He can be in the squad if we get the green light. We all want to see him take the field. We need him with us and we need him to debut as soon as possible."

HIS INTEGRATION
"He needs to take a bit of time to adapt to his new environment. It's a new life, a new city… he already knows a lot of the lads in the squad and he gets along well with everyone. Everything is going very well; he's ready, he's showing a lot of great things in training and his integration into the squad is going very well."

VERRATTI
"He still isn't quite at 100%. He has played both of our official matches so far this season - against Monaco and Amiens - but we know that everyone still has work to do before getting to the best form. We're confident that he will be back to his best as soon as possible. He continues to develop and improve and he will do that here with us."