Claudio Ranieri has Nantes in 4th place in the early part of the Ligue 1 season. If the coach is to repeat his Premier League winning feat accomplished with Leicester, Nantes will have to overtake current leaders PSG. But other objectives are in sight for Ranieri, who gave an interview to ExtraTime: "2.66? It's the ratio of points secured and goals scored for my Nantes. So I would like to see some more goals. We should get them when they matter. We need to be better when we are not in possession and in possession. I was the first one to speak of Nantes as Italian. I basically ask my players not only to be tactical like Italians but also to play a little bit of champagne football. Leicester? We won't make comparisons. But in reality in training I see in the players concentration, intensity, determination, and attention to detail to get better like at Leicester. PSG? It's their title to lose, but it happened just last year, when Monaco had a great season. PSG has been built to go deep in Europe, but in the Champions League it still takes a bit of luck in some important moments. Can Juve beat them? The bianconeri are a war machine who can trouble any opponent. Conte staying Premier League? It's still the top league and I am not convinced Conte misses home. Maybe he was expecting a different transfer window, but in the past few years Abramovic hasn't made any crazy purchases. Manchester City and United however have made great acquisitions, so I can imagine that it's more stressing for Antonio to fight in several competitions with the same players. Do I miss Italy? Since 1997 when I went to Spain I've felt like a European and a world citizen. For me it's important to do good things. The country doesn't matter. And now at Nantes things are good."