Olivier Pickeu is not yet satisfied with Angers' exploits in Ligue 1 as the season's surprise package prepare to entertain reigning champions Paris St Germain.
The promoted Maine-et-Loire outfit are third after 15 games and, along with second-placed Caen, represent one of the only real threats to PSG's seemingly inexorable march towards another title.
But director of sport Pickeu remains more concerned by the threat of relegation.
He told L'Equipe: ``We are happy, very happy, with what is happening,...
Marseille manager Michel has said he does not know when former Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby will be fit enough to make his debut, and is even unsure whether he will play for them this season.
Diaby, 29, joined the French club in the summer following a nine-year spell with the Gunners that was marred by frequent injury problems.
The ex-Auxerre player has since been working his way back to full fitness in the south of France, but Michel told reporters at the weekend that he had suffered another setback.
Nabil Fekir is dreaming of earning a move to Barcelona once he returns from a cruciate ligament injury and the Lyon attacker has not yet given up hope of making Euro 2016.
Fekir, 22, underwent surgery in September after hurting his right knee in Portugal while making his first start for France.
Lyon have struggled in the absence of last season's Ligue 1 Player of the Year, with club president Jean Michel-Aulas suggesting that if Fekir had been playing they would not have crashed out of Europe.
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Georges-Kevin N'Koudou fired a late equaliser as Marseille came back from behind to claim a point in a thrilling 3-3 draw with Monaco at the Stade Velodrome.
Two first-half efforts from Almamy Toure had cancelled out Romain Alessandrini's opener and put the visitors in command at the interval.
Michy Batshuayi levelled early in the second half for Marseille but Fabio Coentrao looked to have won it for Monaco until N'Koudou drilled his late effort past Danijel Subasic.
Marseille went into the game on...