Thomas Tuchel indicated he will rotate his depleted Paris Saint-Germain squad against Reims in Ligue 1 on Wednesday as he balances an ongoing injury crisis.
Forwards Mauro Icardi, Kylian Mbappe and Edinson Cavani are all unavailable, as well as defender Thilo Kehrer and midfielder Julian Draxler, while Marco Verratti is suspended.
Neymar and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting are therefore the only senior attackers available to PSG, who are three points clear at the top of the table after six matches.
After sitting out the opening weeks of the season due to injury and uncertainty over his future, Neymar has hit late winners in consecutive league defeats of Strasbourg and Lyon.
Tuchel, though, suggested the Brazil forward could sit out the visit of Reims to ensure he is kept fresh for PSG's busy upcoming schedule.
"It's not possible to pick the same players," he told a news conference. "I'm responsible for the team, we only have two days of rest.
"Then we play in Bordeaux, then in Istanbul [against Galatasaray in the Champions League] two days later, we cannot overuse the players."
Neymar reported late to training on Tuesday but Tuchel confirmed this was authorised as the forward had a "personal thing".
The 27-year-old has yet to be forgiven by some PSG fans after making it clear he wanted to leave the club during the transfer window.
Thomas Meunier, though, feels supporters need to move on from that saga and give Neymar their backing.
"Whistling is not the answer, I'm happy with what he brings in," he told a news conference.
"Professionally he did the right thing, he did not make a story, he's convinced himself that he can still play a role in the club."