Karim Benzema has dismissed suggestions of a rivalry between him and fellow Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain.
The France international was impressive in the 4-0 win over Lyon as he scored a goal and set up another to confirm Real's dominance.
He was given the nod over Higuain, with the Argentina forward coming on to replace his team-mate after 72 minutes of the game.
Last season the former Lyon marksman struggled for minutes on the pitch, but this year he appears to have leapfrogged his rival in the pecking order.
Jose Mourinho has a star-studded cast at his disposal with at least two world-class players vying for every position, but Benzema insists he is more interested in the team reaching their objectives.
He told L'Equipe: "I scored one and got an assist which felt so good because I had not played for 20 days and I was dying to play."
On the tension between him and Higuain, he added: "I can tell you that I don't have a problem with him.
"I am here to be in the starting XI and I am doing everything to achieve that, I have absolutely no problem with Higuain.
"If he scores a hat-trick I will be happy for him as I believe it's very good for Real Madrid."