The Bleus boss has revealed that the full-back was only taken off as a precautionary measure against Jamaica as he was experiencing a "little discomfort" while running
The Newcastle United defender was replaced by Bacary Sagna at half-time and there were immediate reports that the full-back had fractured a bone in his foot, thus ruling him out of the World Cup.
However, Deschamps quickly dispelled those rumours, insisting that Debuchy's problem is a minor one.
"He feels a little discomfort when he runs," the Bleus coach told TF1. "But he must go have it checked."
France ran riot in their final warm-up clash, winning 8-0 courtesy of doubles from Karim Benzema, Blaise Matuidi and Antoine Griezmann, and one goal apiece from Yohan Cabaye and Olivier Giroud.
"It was [a performance] full of confidence," Deschamps enthused. "But it does not give us any insurance for the first game of the World Cup.
"I know what you [the press] are going to say: we met with a team of tourists. But I prefer to think of the performance of my players.
"But a completely different match awaits us on June 15 [against Honduras]."