Zlatan Ibrahimovic is nursing a minor knock but is expected to be fit for a a game that could see the capital club move ahead of leaders Monaco
Paris Saint-Germain welcome Bastia to the Parc des Princes on Saturday, hoping to edge ahead of Monaco at the top of Ligue 1.
Currently level on points with the men from the principality, who do not play until Sunday, Laurent Blanc's side have a chance to go three points clear at the summit, and will fully expect to do so against a side who are yet to win on the road this season.
PSG have won eight of their last nine matches in all competitions - a home draw against Monaco the only minor blot on an otherwise perfect copybook - while their opponents this weekend picked up an impressive 4-1 victory over struggling Lorient last time out.
And Blanc feels his side have grown as the season has progressed, believing they have recovered quickly from a stuttering start.
"With two draws to start with, you could say the opening to the league campaign was complicated," he told the club's official TV channel.
"But you got the feeling that the team was getting physically stronger, and that was confirmed by what happened afterwards.
"Now we're not only winning our games, but also trying to play good football. And I like that, because it corresponds to how I perceive football."
Despite a strong season so far, Blanc still believes there is room for improvement and feels it is key that his troops find their shooting boots ahead of the visit of Bastia.
"We still have to handle our good moments better, put away our chances more often," the World Cup winner argued. "We can still score more goals, just as we did against Benfica (in the Champions League)."
PSG had no problems in the goalscoring department last season as they put seven goals past Bastia across both fixtures - winning 4-0 away from home, before picking up a 3-1 win in front of their own fans.
In fact, this weekend's hosts will be confident that they can come out on top on Saturday, with the visitors last recording victory on Parisian soil in 2003.