France boss Didier Deschamps is looking forward to building on his side’s recent win with victory over Spain in an international friendly on Tuesday.
Les Bleus defeated Luxembourg 3-1 in a World Cup qualifying match on Saturday with Olivier Giroud netting a brace either side of an Antoine Griezmann penalty.
Speaking after the match, Deschamps said he was delighted with the performance ahead of taking on the former World Champions.
He said: "We got the job done; that's what we came here for. It's never easy; every match is tough."
He added: "The quality of the pitch didn't suit the team that was there to play creative football and inject some speed it proceedings.
"Luxembourg have a quality XI and they were well organised. They left us very little space to work in."
And looking forward, he concluded: "As to what team I will field against Spain, I sincerely don't know. I didn't choose tonight's line-up with an eye on Tuesday's clash. I want a maximum of players to get game time. It won't be the same kind of match as tonight. It's a very prestigious match."
Luxembourg coach Luc Holtz was, meanwhile, naturally disappointed to have come away from the Stade Josy Barthel with a loss to France.
He said: "Of course I have regrets. At 1-1, we gave away the penalty very quickly, too fast -and on the first goal, passes were made in a pressure zone where they should not have been made.
"On all three goals, we made mistakes. Unfortunately, we did not manage to get back to 2-2 when we could have. However, overall I am very satisfied with the performance of my players.
"We managed to hold France for a long time to 2-1, and if we had scored a second goal, God knows what might have happened. I am also very proud of what we have produced. We stood up to one of the favourites for the next World Cup."
Sevilla's Adil Rami has been sidelined with a calf injury, meaning Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte has been called up for the Spain clash.