Edinson Cavani hopes coach Thomas Tuchel can work out an effective system to bring out the full potential of his strike partnership with Neymar and Kylian Mbappe
Paris Saint-Germain have got off to a record-breaking start in Ligue 1 this season after winning all 13 of their opening games.
Cavani, Neymar and Mbappe have formed a devasting strike partnership with 45 league goals already scored this season.
But, in an interview with France great Christophe Dugarry on Radio Montecarlo, Cavani revealed that Tuchel can still extract more from his star forwards.
“We have three players whose quality makes them important [to the team], and it’s normal for us all to want to score,” said Cavani, as quoted by AS.
“The role of the coach is to gel his players, both in attack and in defence. [PSG boss] Thomas Tuchel speaks to us [about this] from time to time, but I think it isn’t easy.”
Playing three superstars in the same system has its challenges, but Cavani believes hard work will help Tuchel.
“It isn’t easy for the coach,” added Cavani. “But I think that, little by little, the work we do day in, day out will bring success.
“We’ll get to grips with what’s best, what can be done for the team to be successful together and win big things.
“We have to bring to bear the qualities we have for the good of the team. That’s how we can achieve big things.
“As soon as we understand that, we can achieve many things, because we can’t carry on like this.”
PSG will host Toulouse this Saturday in a Ligue 1 fixture with both Neymar and Mbappe injury doubts for the game.