Ireland flanker Chris Henry has suggested that his side dealt well with the pressure they faced in their Rugby World Cup victory over Romania this afternoon.
"I thought [the match] went reasonably well for us, lots of positives," Henry told BBC Sport. "The pressure was certainly on the starting team I thought today, just with the changes and how well the team did last week.
"We've talked about as a squad of 31, it doesn't matter who goes on the pitch, you fit in seamlessly. I certainly felt today the starting team did a really good job.
"We stuck to the process and the gameplan, but we had to work for our chances, and I think overall we've got to be very positive."
Ireland will take on Italy in their next World Cup fixture on Sunday, October 4.