Still a job to do - Le Guen
By Patrick Haond
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The Stade de Gerland side are two points clear of second place Marseille and play two of their remaining three games at home but Le Guen said his side must remain focused on the job in hand.
"Tonight we have an advantage, but we have to remain cautious until the end," said Le Guen.
"We will play at home twice and Marseille will play away from home twice, but I don't know if it is an advantage.
"We said the last the same thing last time out and Marseille won at Lens and we only managed a draw against Lille at home.
"We will play at home against PSG and Guingamp that are winning almost everything at the moment."
Playmaker Eric Carriere says he was delighted at Monaco's defeat but backed up his boss' sentiments and said there was still work to be done.
"We could not dream for a better result! It is a very good thing for us," said the influential midfielder.
"However, we have to remain concentrated. We are still far from the end.
"Today we have our destiny in our hands and it is the most important.
"On Sunday, we will have an enormous match to play against Paris. We will have to be focused."