Arsenal head coach Arsene Wenger has called on his side to 'stay united and fight' after ending a miserable week with a defeat at Sunderland.
Goalkeeper Shay Given has urged his understudy, Brad Guzan, to remain at Villa, despite his deal being set to expire at the end of the season.
Scott Dann insists he is over the worst of his injury problems and hopes Rovers fans will continue to back his team until the end of the term.
Owen Coyle praised the performance of Ryo Miyaichi after the teenager starred in Bolton's victory against Millwall in the FA Cup fifth round.
Under-pressure Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas conceded that their FA Cup draw at home to Birmingham represented another 'quite poor' result.
Everton boss David Moyes admits his side are firmly focused on FA Cup success this season after they booked their place in the last eight.
Fulham defender Stephen Kelly has backed Pavel Pogrebnyak to be a success at Craven Cottage after his goal-scoring debut against Stoke City.
Kenny Dalglish insists Liverpool will not be distracted by their upcoming Carling Cup final, when they host Brighton in the FA Cup fifth round.
Man City defender Micah Richards has branded English football's record in the battle against racism as 'outstanding' despite recent incidents.
Manchester United winger Antonio Valencia admits he feared for his season after suffering another injury setback at Ajax Amsterdam on Thursday.
Alan Pardew has fostered a climate of mutual respect that lies behind Newcastle United's surprise success this season, says Robbie Elliott.
Norwich manager Paul Lambert believes his side's FA Cup exit could be a 'blessing in disguise' if they managed to stay in the Premier League.
Queens Park Rangers
LEEDS have appointed Neil Warnock, who was sacked from his position at Queens Park Rangers recently, as manager until the end of next season.
Valencia and Crawley have little in common but Stoke star Rory Delap knows the Potters cannot afford to drop their performance in the FA Cup.
Coach Martin O'Neill felt his side had an extra spring in their step after watching Sunderland record a super win over Arsenal in the FA Cup.
Head coach Brendan Rodgers has insisted that philosophy will be more important than facilities to ensure Swansea City find another Joe Allen.
Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor is positive that the arrival of his boyhood hero Louis Saha could boost the club's hopes in the title race.
Peter Whittingham is convinced he made the right decision in brushing off links to West Brom and West Ham to remain fully committed to Cardiff.
Defender Emmerson Boyce is confident his Wigan side can use the lessons they learnt in the past seasons in order to again avoid relegation.
Jez Moxey says Wolves' search for a new coach is progressing but refused to be drawn on speculation that Alan Curbishley is out of the running.