Our regular roundup of what the Reading gaffer has said to the media.
Ince’s full thoughts on Saturday’s trip to Hull City, which looked to be heading for a 1-1 draw until a 94th-minute own goal handed Reading the points.
The gaffer took positives from a 2-0 defeat at Vicarage Road, but criticised "individual mistakes and ill-discipline".
The gaffer’s post-match analysis after a poor Friday night defeat at home to Preston.
The Royals picked up another point and clean sheet, but weren’t clinical enough in the final third.
The gaffer didn’t hold back after the Royals weren’t awarded a stonewall late penalty at Turf Moor.
The gaffer was pleased with the Royals’ response to midweek, especially the defensive resolve.
The Royals had been 2-0 up, then 2-1 heading into the break, but fell apart after the break to finish 3-2.
The assistant manager took charge for a 2-0 loss, with the ill Paul Ince watching on from elsewhere.
How Ince saw a late, narrow defeat to QPR at Loftus Road on Friday night.
The Royals put in a battling performance to earn a 1-1 with promotion hopefuls Norwich City at the SCL on Tuesday night.
The gaffer had conflicting thoughts about the Royals’ first- and second-half displays on Saturday afternoon.
Ince’s full thoughts on what went wrong performance-wise (pretty much everything), plus an Andy Carroll update.
Ince’s thoughts on the latest home win, Lucas Joao, Mamadou Loum, the fans and more.
The Royals were second best all evening at Bramall Lane, losing out to goals from Oli McBurnie, Anel Ahmedhodzic (x2) and Iliman Ndiaye.
Ince discusses another big home showing, Tyrese Fornah, Sam Hutchinson, Lucas Joao and more.
Goals from Tom McIntyre, Junior Hoilett and Lucas Joao gave Reading that rare experience: a comfortable win.
The gaffer took the positives from Tuesday’s loss, saying some youngsters caught his eye for potential first-team involvement.
Ince on the win, the refereeing, Thomas, Shane Long and the fans’ support.
Ince on the season opener, injuries and the need for new faces in the side.
A late Karlan Grant goal settled a turgid match at the SCL.
The manager focused on Reading’s overall achievement rather than the underwhelming performance and 3-0 loss.
The gaffer had plenty to praise, but took some personal responsibility too for how the first half went.
The manager’s thoughts on a fantastic performance, the fans and Lucas Joao.
The gaffer’s thoughts on a game in which Reading started well, but dropped too deep after the break and came away with nothing.
The gaffer had another positive result to discuss as Reading made it four unbeaten with a big win over Stoke.
Ince’s thoughts on the result, fans, team performance and goalscorer Josh Laurent.
He also spoke about the Royals’ defensive solidity and need to convert more chances.
Ince was full of praise for how his side responded to Saturday, being the better side against promotion-chasing Bournemouth.