The Bayern Munich attacker feels Les Bleus have room for improvement, and added that they will do their utmost to come out victorious this summerFranck Ribery has voiced his opinion that France are not on top of their game just yet and feels that Laurent Blanc's men can still do better.
The Euro 2000 winners have become increasingly fancied to win this summer's European Championship after a string of impressive results, and the Bayern Munich star has insisted that he will do his utmost to help his country go far in the tournament.
"We played three good friendly games, but we can still do better. We have some work to do, and will work hard to make sure we're ready," Ribery stated at a press conference.
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"I have a big responsibility because I'm one of the older players. Our unbeaten run gives us a lot of confidence. We will do our utmost to come out victorious.
"The results in our last two big tournaments weren't good, and we don't want that to happen again. We will do our utmost to survive the group stages, and we'll see what happens from there on."
Les Bleus will face England, Sweden and Ukraine in Group D. They start the competition with the match against the English on June 11.