David Trezeguet believes France have "everything" required to win the World Cup for a second time.
Former forward Trezeguet was in the France squad when they lifted the trophy on home soil in 1998, before featuring again in a run to the final eight years later.
"I think they have the level [to win the tournament]. They have shown their strength," Trezeguet told Omnisport .
"Individually, it's a world-class team with a very experienced head coach, both as a coach and as a player. We have everything to see this through.
"Obviously it's a very difficult tournament and the other teams are also ambitious, but I think France have a say."
Just as Trezeguet featured alongside the likes of Thierry Henry, Christophe Dugarry and Nicolas Anelka, France again have a wealth of options in attack.
Antoine Griezmann, Olivier Giroud, Kylian Mbappe and Nabil Fekir have all been included in Deschamps' World Cup squad , but Trezeguet is confident his former captain will settle on a front line that will work.
"Deschamps has a lot of options," he said. "When you see the quality of the players, considering what they do with their clubs, it is obviously a difficult choice to make.
"I personally think that there are some interesting choices to make. He'll find the right players to start well at the World Cup."