On-loan Bayern München youngster Kingsley Coman says he does not regret leaving Paris Saint-Germain after earning his first France call-up.
The 19-year-old was an academy graduate at Parc des Princes, but left for Juventus in search of first-team opportunities in 2014.
Coman eventually joined Bayern on a two-year loan deal during the off-season and he has proved a revelation under Pep Guardiola at the Allianz Arena.
And the forward does not feel he would have earned his maiden call-up for France's friendlies against Germany and England if he had not left PSG.
"I left Juventus for a chance to play in a team that suits me more," Coman said at a press conference. "I knew I would play a bit more [at Bayern] because the team is more suited to my qualities.
"I am very glad I was at Juventus, it was very positive for me as I got more playing time and was considered a true professional player, not just a player at the training centre like at PSG.
"My reasons [for leaving PSG] are very long but I was considered a youngster coming out of the academy and I felt that whatever I did it was not possible to win my place in the group.
"I learned a lot tactically [at Juve]. I was playing in the centre and I had to learn to stand out without the ball. I have nothing bad to say about them.
"I do not regret my choice, I am only at the beginning of my career and we'll see if I made the right choice. For me, I was right to leave [PSG]."