- Brian Kerr, Richie Sadlier and Pat Fenlon assess the draw with Poland and the start of the O'Neill/Keane era.
- John Kenny reports from Poznan where Ireland drew 0-0 with Poland.
- Ireland's Stephen Kelly says the week has been a real boost for the squad.
- Ireland's Kevin Doyle tells RTÉ's Tony O'Donoghue he thought a draw was a fair result.
- Tony O'Donoghue says now is the time for perspective regarding the new Irish management.
- Ronnie Whelan believes that there are many positives for Ireland after the start of Martin O'Neill's management.
- Ireland's John Walters says being made captain for the night was the proudest moment of his career.
- Ireland manager Martin O'Neill says he is pleased with the players over the two matches.
Ireland boss Martin O’Neill says he is impressed with the versatility of Marc Wilson but is unsure about his best position.
The 26-year-old Stoke player, who had earned most of his recent caps at left-back, started off in central defence during Ireland’s 0-0 draw with Poland last night before moving into central midfield.
O’Neill said: “He played at centre-back. He has little bit of presence about him and he can also play at left-back - I had a thought in my mind to push him over there to have a look.
"But I put him into midfield because he's confident on the ball - maybe too confident on the ball and takes a risk or two - but he's a very fine footballer."