The Sweden international has warned his team-mates not to get carried away, while Laurent Blanc has urged his men to turn their focus to Ligue 1 again
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has refused to get ahead of himself after firing Paris Saint-Germain into the Coupe de la Ligue final on Tuesday with two goals in the 2-1 away win over Nantes.
The Swede put PSG ahead with a sublime effort in the fifth minute, before Olivier Veigneau gave the Ligue 1 champions a late scare with an 81st-minute strike, only for Ibrahimovic to net a last-gasp winner to seal PSG's passage to April's showpiece.
However, the former Barcelona, AC Milan and Inter striker is not taking anything for granted ahead of their meeting with Lyon or Troyes.
"We are very happy with the victory," Ibrahimovic told reporters.
"We are through to the final, so we are getting closer to one of our goals this season. But it isn't finished yet. There's still one more match to be played to win the trophy."
Meanwhile, head coach Laurent Blanc echoed Ibrahimovic's comments, but stressed that the final must now be pushed to the back of his players' minds as they turn their focus back to the other competitions.
"We're in the final, that's great," he remarked. "But there's plenty of time to think about that one because it's not until April 19.
"Before then we have some very important matches in the championship and in the Champions League."