Adam Nawalka, head coach:
We’re very happy with another three points, making it seven in total. We haven’t conceded a goal and we’re still going forward. We’ll approach the match against Switzerland positively. We started well and created a couple of chances, but later on we lost control of the midfield and weren’t winning the second balls. Ukraine created some chances, but that’s not unexpected given their quality.
We have prepared some information on Switzerland (Poland's next opponent in the knock-out phase of the torunament, - 112 International). My staff are doing a very good job, that’s why we know a lot about them. We will start our analysis of them tomorrow. Switzerland play at a high level and they’re one of the more interesting teams at this tournament. We have faith and optimism that we’ll go further.
Lukasz Fabianski, goalkeeper:
I think seven points in the group stage looks impressive. We did not concede any goals, we missed out on first place to the world Champions only by goal difference. We won a game in a EURO finals for the first time in Poland's history and we qualified for the knock out stage in a big tournament for the first time in 30 years.