It's very pleasing to have qualified.
There has been a transformation - you can feel it among the players - but I can hold my hand up and say that is not down to me coaching on the field. You'd be better off asking Michael Foley and Richard Graham about that because they have been in charge, not me.
I'm not going to get involved in the contractual details. I don't want to do that. One of the reasons I came into the job was to get away from that sort of thing.
Joe Maddock did a good job in the centre last week and he deserves to stay in the side.
I think the operation has been successful, so it is going to be two or three weeks before he is fit and available for selection.
I feel I've got unfinished business at international level.
I am disappointed that James has decided to end his association with Bath Rugby and join London Irish, however I wish him well for the future.
We are sorry to be losing Matt for the rest of the season. We wish him a speedy recovery and hopefully he will be back in time for the start of the new season.
Presenting at the Vegas Venture Forum resulted in an invitation to present at the top private equity conference in my industry. This dramatically increased our visibility and helped us to raise the funds we were seeking.
I'm disappointed because we put ourselves under a lot of pressure giving away too many penalties in the first half and failing to take our opportunities in the second.
I have no comment to make. I was watching the game up from the Gods.
I am delighted that Joe Maddock has extended his contract with Bath Rugby. He has played particularly well in the second half of the season in a number of positions and he is a back-three player who should add some excitement to our game next season.