"I have a squad of players who are difficult to define, as capable of doing nothing as they are of producing a display like the one this evening where it seems to me we deserved to win," he told reporters.
"We could also have conceded the first goal before the break. In the second half, I felt the Parisians dropped off a little and we were even better organised than in the first half. We felt we could hurt them on the counter-attack.
"I have mixed feelings because the team lacks consistency, it makes me even more annoyed, and when I see them play such a game, I feel my players are real pains."
Evian are currently 15th in the league table with 19 points from 16 matches.