Les Parisiens fell to a shock defeat on Saturday, but the 37-year-old has dispelled the notion that they showed a lack of respect to their less-decorated opponents
A goal from Grzegorz Krychowiak on the hour mark consigned the French table-toppers to a fifth defeat of the campaign, but the English midfielder does not believe that arrogance was to blame for Saturday's adverse result.
"We had two good games against [Olympique de] Marseille, but in football things change very quickly," he told reporters after the match.
"We never think that we're superior to any team. It's always difficult coming to away grounds. I think they played very well but we can play better.
"They won the game so they must have done something better than us, but like I said, we move on."
Olympique Lyonnais can now move level on points with PSG in the league standings if they are able to beat Brest on Sunday.