The panel has been told that PSG’s first-half dominance and their record against Barcelona means they can still go one step further than their rivals.
The two sides met at Stade Louis II on Saturday, and a win would mean the hosts have already lifted the Champions League trophy for the first time in 20 years.
But the panel has told them they need to do better against Barca in the remaining six games, to stay in the hunt for the title.
“I think we have to be more clinical, and I think we are going to be very clinical,” said Luis Enrique.
And the Parisian coach was also adamant that Barca would be in trouble if they didn’t play more in defence.
“Barcelona are very strong in defence and I can say they are not in a good position at the moment,” he added.
“But I think they are in a very good position.
I think it is very difficult for them.”
The PSG boss added: “I think they have to play better in the first half.
What’s next? “
I hope we can go to Barcelona and win the Champions league.”
The Parisians face Chelsea at the Stade Pierre-Maurice on Sunday, but will then travel to Manchester City on Monday.