"Hugely delighted. We went in at 7-3 at half time and had actually defended pretty poorly in the first half."
"But we sorted that out in the second half and we were certainly stronger and I think we had some opportunities that we didn't take."
"But, away from home, you have to be defensively sound first and foremost and I think that we were. They threw a lot at us and I think that we coped with it pretty well. On the whole I think we did very well tonight."
Freddie Burns, who kicked two second half penalties:
"It's a big win for us. It's difficult to come and win in France no matter where you are. Obviously the two kicks were nice to go over but credit to the boys for winning the penalties that they did. It's part of my job to kick them over so I was more than happy to step up and do it."
"It's nice to scrap an away win. We knew that we weren't possibly playing at our best. There were a lot of handling errors and they like to play some open rugby. Credit to our defence and to our discipline especially."
Skipper Mike Tindall:
"It was a very similar game to Agen. Some of the refereeing decisions didn't really go with us in the first half but there are always subtle differences when you play any French team away from home."
"The way the boys battled and stayed in there and plugged away. We didn't necessarily play very pretty but I think we were comfortable in our defence and we never really felt too threatened."
"Back to back games are always tough. From our point of view, we're back at Kingsholm next week and we know how hard it is for teams to come and win there."
"We've got a record there that we're proud of and trying to maintain. We'll go after them again next week and hopefully play some better rugby."