"We're going to start by trying to stay on the podium," he told reporters. "The team has solidarity for each other, the desire to make an effort for each other and the idea not to give anything away.
"Bordeaux's pressing troubled us, but we managed to hold on to our advantage. In the last five games, we've conceded one goal and none in the last four.
"When we go 1-0 up, we know our opponent is going to open up, and we manage to keep our goal intact from the goalkeeper right up to the forward. It's the last five, six matches which will count."
Marseille remain seven points behind leaders Paris Saint-Germain in second place in the league table.