“It's never easy to come back from two goals down against a side that gave its all. We felt a little tired and got a good point in the end, even if we wanted to win," the France international told Roma TV.
“I feel good, and it's true that I didn't have much time in training, but I am in good shape psychologically too. I can only get better.
“It's hard to say when I'll be at 100 per cent, but the important thing is that the team reaches its peak. I'll keep training and wait for my chance.
“I think this match will be a useful lesson going forward and we learned a lot from it. There are areas where we need to improve and Atalanta pushed hard, but the second half was positive and that bodes well for the future."