Our regular roundup of what the Reading gaffer has said to the media.
The gaffer had plenty of praise to hand out after a terrific display at Craven Cottage.
Under pressure going into this match, Pauno oversaw a morale-boosting three goals and three points.
The Royals blew a 3-1 lead late on to draw 3-3 with QPR.
The gaffer had an awful day on the road to mark the weekend of his one-year anniversary in the job.
The gaffer emphasised the need for Reading to "deal with" the circumstances of Coventry’s winner better, but was positive about the performance earlier in the game.
The Royals conceded twice from set pieces early on, and poorly from open play soon after the break.
The gaffer was able to talk about a win for the first time this season, and had praise to go round on a few topics.
He took positives from the display of a team that featured five first-team debuts.
The manager had an opening-day defeat to talk about, but also found some positives on and off the field.
The Reading boss analysed the 2-2 draw with Huddersfield, and gave his thoughts on preparing for next season.
Pauno unpacks a match which went well for 45 minutes, but unravelled after the break.
The gaffer’s take as Reading’s place in the Championship next season is mathematically confirmed.
Everything the gaffer had to say after Reading slipped up - again - in their fight for the top six.
Here’s how the gaffer reacted to a deeply frustrating result for the Royals at home to Cardiff.
Pauno’s take on all the key points to come out of a frustrating 1-1 draw at Oakwell.
The gaffer’s post-match thoughts were more upbeat than they were in midweek (naturally), but he was left frustrated by the result.
The manager’s take on a really poor evening for the Royals at St Andrew’s.
Pauno praised his players’ spirit in the 1-1 draw at Forest, but isn’t happy with the result.
The manager’s thoughts on the game itself, Reading’s penalty taker, the new strike partnership and outstanding injuries.
Pauno’s thoughts on a range of topics to come out of a morale-boosting win over Rovers.
Reading had no answer to a scrappy second-half goal, with Lucas Joao missing a penalty.
The gaffer was understandably unimpressed by a poor performance that led to Reading’s third straight home loss.
The gaffer’s post-match assessment as Reading get a big three points after defeat at the weekend.
Pauno unpacks what went wrong in a hugely frustrating late defeat at the Mad Stad yesterday.
The manager had plenty to praise despite the result, and gave an update on the fitness of Swift and Meite after they were ruled out through injury just before the game.
Pauno took some positives from the 0-0 draw, which extended Reading’s unbeaten run to seven, but he accepted the Royals needed to be better on the ball.
He watched the side put in one of the best displays of the season to earn a well-deserved 3-1 win over the Cherries.
The gaffer’s take on what went right and wrong for Reading at Deepdale, and what the near future could hold on the transfer front.
The manager’s take on a very enjoyable evening at the Mad Stad, as goals from Joao, Rinomhota and Swift earn a 3-0 win over Coventry.