The Blues travel to the French capital for their first-leg quarter-final encounter off the back of a loss, having slumped to a shock 1-0 defeat away to Crystal Palace on Saturday.
However, the 51-year-old fully expects his troops to shake off their domestic woes and revel in the European environment this week.
He told reporters: "I don't think I need to do a lot now. Paris is the kind of match they feel comfortable to play.
"A big match, great stadium, opponents with top quality, a profile of referee that normally stops a lot, doesn't let aggression come into the game.
"I think they will be fine, they will be in their natural habitat in that match so I believe they can do a good match there."
Wednesday's clash is scheduled to kick off at 7.45pm.