Winning all the time is not necessarily good for the team.
Robbie [Savage] quit Wales after being told he was dropped!
I should advise anyone coming up to the match to come early and not leave until the end, otherwise they might miss something.
I think it's the right time for me - personally I think football management is about timing and being in the right place at the right time.
I've been very fortunate and privileged as a player and manager - I've been successful and picked up a lot of knowledge and experience.
We don't man mark anybody.
He's an exceptional talent, a truly exceptional talent.
Rooney has those things that you cannot teach players - the positions he takes up just behind the front men is a European trait.
We finished the game quite strongly but we couldn't get onto the end of anything in the last third.
Although we cannot qualify for Germany, it is an important year as regards transition and building up a new group of players. We've had a lot of players retired and we've got to push our young players through now.
Mark is an experienced performer and at the moment fitness wise we don't see a problem with him.
It's easy to praise Ryan, he is always such an influential player and he scored two special goals. But I was delighted for David Vaughan. He is a clever, skilful player and he rarely gives the ball away. I asked him to play in an advanced role and he was outstanding all night.
It's one thing to tell a front man to drop off and fill in the hole behind, but if they don't know why they are doing it, it is not an easy thing to teach. But Rooney's just got it.