John Obuh, Nigeria coach
My lads gave it their all and they ended up with a win, to the delight of everyone in Nigeria. We're on a roll now and we want to keep it up and make sure that we qualify. We can't look to play for a stalemate against Argentina - we need to go out and look to win it. We had an incredible amount of chances tonight but not many of them were on target and we only scored the one. It's annoying, but you can come to terms with it more easily when you get the three points at the end of the day.
Eugenio Umanzor, Honduras coach
First of all I would like to congratulate Nigeria on their win and wish them all the very best for the remainder of the tournament. I don't think that anyone can complain about that fact that we set out our stall defensively. We were playing a top team - the defending champions and host nation no less - and we are only Honduras. You can't expect my team to go out and make all the running. We gave it our best shot but it wasn't quite enough. Now we've got one match left, against Germany, and we're looking to win it, or at least get the first ever point that our country will have managed in the history of this tournament. If we end up on no points but in a few years time this generation has improved the overall standard of football in our country, then I will have done my duty.