PARIS, Jan 14 (Reuters) - Troubled Paris St Germain coach Guy Lacombe said on Sunday he wanted to fight on but realised the club had a real problem.
The club are just one place above the drop zone in Ligue 1 with just 19 points from as many games and on Saturday they stumbled to an embarrassing 2-1 home defeat by fellow strugglers Valenciennes.
'I am not a resigned person but this defeat shows that the problem is more serious than we had thought,' Lacombe told reporters.
Lacombe said he would remain in charge at least until Wednesday, when Paris St Germain host Toulouse in a game that was postponed for security reasons after a PSG fan was shot dead by a policeman following a UEFA Cup defeat by Hapoel Tel Aviv in November.
'You will find out on Wednesday whether I'm the right man in the right place,' Lacombe said.