Marseille coach Didier Deschamps insists he is not worried about his team despite them stuttering in their last two outings.
The reigning French champions have not quite hit the heights of last term and have produced unconvincing wins in their last two games.
Marseille clinched a dull 1-0 win over Nancy last week and beat Zilina in the UEFA Champions League by the same margin.
But Deschamps' men are third in Group F and currently lie fourth in Ligue 1, and the manager believes they are in good shape.
"We had to win against Zilina," he told L'Equipe after they had lost their first two Champions League games.
"And it will be exactly the same situation in a fortnight's time when we play them again.
"I thought that we played well in the first-half and after we scored our goal things were a little different, but we could still feel the tension.
"Winning is the most important thing and that is what we managed to do, but I know that we have to improve.
"We are not at our best at the moment and are making simple mistakes. But I'm not worried. Why should I be?
"We have not played well, yet still won, and not conceded any goals either. Of course we can improve, but as a coach I would be more worried if we were not creating any chances."