Kylian Mbappe is delighted to get the chance to play alongside Karim Benzema at Euro 2020, declaring there are not many better players than the Real Madrid forward.
Benzema, 33, earned his first France call-up in over five years on Tuesday when he was included in Didier Deschamps' squad for the delayed Euro 2020 tournament.
Mbappe, meanwhile, continued his excellent season with a brilliant display in Paris Saint-Germain's 2-0 win over Monaco in the Coupe de France final on Wednesday, teeing up Mauro Icardi's opener and scoring himself late on.
It was the eighth direct goal involvement of Mbappe's Coupe de France campaign (five games), topping his previous best of seven in the competition, set in 2017-18.
Yet the main focus in the post-match news conference was on Benzema's return to Les Bleus' squad.
"I'm very happy. I've always said that I wanted to play with great players," said Mbappe.
"Benzema, I didn't [play with him]. There is not many [players] above him in the world. He will bring us a lot.
"He played at Madrid for 10 years, the pressure, he knows, he has the experience and the talent above all. The big players adapt. I'm sure he will adapt very quickly."
Mbappe was also asked if he would be in place to help PSG push on for a 15th Coupe de France trophy next season.
"We must take advantage of this title," he answered with a smile, deflecting the question somewhat.
"Look at all the people who are happy! This is most important. And I am the happiest!"
PSG have won two trophies this season under Mauricio Pochettino, and the Ligue 1 title race is going down to the wire. Should they beat Brest on Sunday, and Lille drop points against Angers, the capital club will snatch the top-flight crown.
"We work every day to have this type of emotion, reward and recognition," Mbappe added.
"It's the work of a whole group, a whole staff, who work every day for us, for the club. The supporters, the title is for them too.
"When you play for Paris Saint-Germain, one of the best clubs in the world, the biggest in the country, every title counts."
Monaco boss Niko Kovac, meanwhile, said there was one major difference between the teams at Stade de France.
"The difference tonight is Mbappe," he said.
"He is one of the best players in the world, if not the best at the moment. All the clubs are fighting to have him. We had him, we no longer have him."