Our regular roundup of what the Reading gaffer has said to the media.
The manager was happy with the Royals’ effort levels and control of the game, but wanted to see more ruthlessness.
The manager’s full thoughts after a 4-1 battering in the north west.
Selles marked his 10th game in charge of the Royals with a crushing away win.
The gaffer was delighted with the performance, but stressed how well it fitted into Reading’s identity and long-term development.
The gaffer struck a fairly balanced tone after Monday’s defeat - critical in some parts, less so in others.
He was speaking after a 2-2 draw and penalty shoot-out defeat at the hands of Championship side Ipswich Town.
Although he criticised Reading’s performance in the first half and at the end of the game in Saturday’s 2-1 defeat, Selles thought his side controlled the second half and could have come away with a win.
The Royals put in an excellent all-round performance that was capped off by Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan’s brace for a 2-0 win.
The gaffer was speaking after a 1-0 win, thanks to a first-half own goal.
The gaffer was reacting to a poor showing and 1-0 loss at Port Vale - Reading’s second league defeat of the season.
The gaffer picked up his first win in style, with Reading battering Championship side Millwall at The Den to progress to the next round of the League Cup.
Selles on an opening-day defeat, young players, the fans, using all tools at his disposal to get an advantage, and more.
In his final match as interim boss, Hunt gave his take on relegation, the game itself, and what the future holds.
The interim boss was proud of his players’ performance against the Latics, but frustrated by an inability to get the win.
Despite a frustrating defeat at Coventry, Reading’s interim boss emphasised his players’ spirit heading into the final two games of the season.
The interim boss on how Wednesday night’s 1-1 with Luton played out, Andy Carroll’s red card, and more.
The new gaffer had plenty of positives to pick out from his first match in the dugout.
The manager’s full thoughts after an Easter Monday defeat to Preston, his final one as Reading boss before being dismissed on Tuesday morning.
In which Paul Ince claims his side were the better team, doesn’t understand why the result feels like a defeat, and has a go at the ref.
The manager was reacting to a 1-1 draw - the Royals’ first point on the road since the end of December.
The gaffer’s take on a 1-1 at the SCL which preceded a two-week international break.
The gaffer’s take on how the 2-1 defeat at Ewood Park played out, including his thoughts on goalscorer Cesare Casadei and the sent-off Mamadou Loum.
Ince’s full post-match thoughts after a narrow defeat to high-flying Sheffield United.
Ince’s post-match comments focused very much on the officiating, but also included his thoughts on Reading’s second-half collapse and the upcoming run of fixtures.
The gaffer took positives and negatives from a 3-1 victory over Blackpool that nudged Reading up the table.
The gaffer didn’t hold back on criticising his players - or the officiating - after a miserable 1-0 loss in South Wales.
Ince had a late, substitute-inspired win to discuss on Tuesday night.
The gaffer's thoughts on Baba Rahman, his team's performance and more as Reading lose late on at Sunderland.
Both Paul Ince and Alex Rae were on media duty this time, and they had a pleasing 2-2 draw with Watford to chew over.
The gaffer refused to be too critical of his side after a 3-1 loss at Old Trafford, and also had his say on the fans, Andy Carroll and Dean Bouzanis.