Ghana midfielder Andre Ayew says Marseille won't lose their game against Montpellier on Wednesday night to deny arch rival PSG the chance of winning the French title.
Marseille are seeking to end a terrible series of 11 games without a win with the home clash against leader Montpellier.
Yet, two strong groups of supporters of the club have called on their players to lose the match against Montpellier, to allow them to stay three points ahead of PSG.
With Marseille badly in need of points, Andre Ayew is obliged to ensure the motivation of his team-mates.
Ayew said: "We're professionals, we know that we still have two matches this week, and that the most important is that of Saturday.
"But it is the OM, we play at home, we want to stop this series very very negative results. We will not release any of this match, we will do what needs to be done.
"If we win all the better. If we lose, is that Montpellier will have deserved to win. We will remain professional and try to build confidence before the final," the Ghanaian said.