Angel Maria Villar-Llona, Spain (federation president):
"We're talking about the final phase of qualifying for a World Cup and I don't like classifying the various groups. We've played against all these opponents before but I prefer not to talk too much before we get underway. The only concrete fact is that we have to play every game and qualify. The only thing that will count at the end of the day is earning our ticket to the World Cup."
Lehiste Tarmo, Estonia (general manager):
"We are really happy with the draw. The competition will be a tough one. We have difficult teams in our group, but Estonia has played well in qualifying games so far."
Affan Kececi, Turkey (FA vice-president):
"I'm pleased with the group we've been drawn in, although we have to treat every opponent with a great deal of respect. After coming third at the World Cup in 2002 it was clearly disappointing to miss out on Germany 2006. That's why our only aim now is to qualify and not miss out on another finals."
Fuad Muzurovic, Bosnia-Herzegovina (coach):
"This group will be very complicated because we've been drawn not just with Turkey but with Spain, one of the strongest teams in Europe. But in the qualifying phase for Germany 2006 we managed to snatch two draws from them. The players who were involved in those matches, and who will be available to take part this time around too, have experience which will be very important."