Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczensy says they must learn from this Champions League campaign after defeat to PSG.
The loss still saw Juve reach the Europa League on goal difference after Maccabi Haifi were thrashed 6-1 by Benfica.
“At the start of the Champions League group, it is obvious we didn't want to end up in the Europa League, but now that we are there, we must try to win it out of respect for the jersey we wear," Szczesny told Mediaset.
“We saw the right attitude today, even if we lost the game and that is never nice. The lads showed courage and played their football, and that's no mean feat for such young players at this level.
“What we lacked in the Champions League was that attitude, courage and desire to fight. We went through this group without the right character and Juventus mentality, that was only apparent in the final match.
“I think this was a strong signal, though."