Mönchengladbach - Borussia Mönchengladbach goalscorer Fabian Johnson expressed his delight at picking up another three points in the Foals' 2-0 home win over SC Paderborn on Sunday, while the visitors regretted not taking their chances as they look to keep their heads above water.

bundesliga.com rounds up the best of the post-match reaction from Borussia-Park...

Borussia Mönchengladbach

Fabian Johnson: "This season I'm in the best form I've ever been, and that's down to managing to complete our entire preparations. We made lots of changes today and deserved to win because we made the most of the few chances we created. We wanted all three points and now we have them. It's great we managed to win for the first time this season following a European game and we're happy to have done so. We want to stay in third place and will give everything we can to do that."

SC Paderborn

Elias Kachunga: "We started both halves well but failed to score. We had a couple of very good chances and if we'd taken them maybe the game would have ended differently. We need to be more alert at the back so that we don't concede goals like the ones we let in today. In general, we are playing pretty well at the back but we don't have enough bodies up front to carve out more chances. I'm a striker and want to score but it's just not happening for me at the moment. I need to work on that in order to help the team. It hurts to look at the table and see we're in the bottom three."

Uwe Hünemeier: "We played very well in the first 15 minutes but we should have punished Gladbach in that period. At the start they were very lethargic and we were really good. We had one or two chances but didn't manage to go in front - that would have made life difficult for them. It was an open game. We created a couple of opportunities after the break but you need to score if you're going to take anything off an opponent like Gladbach and we didn't. That's why we finished empty-ended. We've got games coming up against teams in the lower half of the table and we simply have to force a goal in those matches."