The Italian goalkeeper says that his side's title rivals will punish any slip up in the race for Ligue 1 and is hoping for a "special" treble win
Paris Saint-Germain cannot afford to lose focus as they go in search of glory on four fronts this season, according to Salvatore Sirigu.The capital club are five points clear in Ligue 1 as they battle for a second straight title and have made sound progress in the Coupe de France, the Coupe de la Ligue and the Champions League.
However, Sirigu feels there is still a chance his side could become unstuck and has told his team-mates to give their all in all four competitions.
"We must stay focused," he said. "We know that Monaco and Lille will not make a lot of mistakes before the end of the season.
"And we are committed to the cup and the Champions League, it is especially important to keep continuity in our results.
"Choices do not exist. We cannot afford to make choices and be competitive. We must maintain our momentum.
"We are lucky to still be in all competitions and we want to go all the way in each. [A treble] would be something special, but it is very difficult. We are in January, it is a long road to the end of the season."