It was claimed that Manchester City have agreed a contract with Arsenal star Robin van Persie that will see him earn GBP10.9 million a year.
Aston Villa youngster Andreas Weimann is hoping his first goal for the senior side is good enough to win him more opportunities this season.
Veteran midfielder Boudewijn Zenden has denied he has reached an agreement to join Blackburn as he considers offers from several other clubs.
Bolton manager Owen Coyle has no doubts the club have a bright future, just as long as they can survive the relegation dogfight this season.
Juan Mata says Chelsea's home form in Europe this season gives them ample reason to be confident of dumping Napoli out of the Champions League.
Everton midfielder Leon Osman believes Croatian international Nikica Jelavic can provide the goals his side have been lacking so far this term.
It was reported that Fulham are taking interest in Bayer Leverkusen's Swiss winger Tranquillo Barnetta, who is out of contract in the summer.
Liverpool midfielder Stewart Downing believes his side are still on course for a successful campaign and wants critics to lay off the team.
Man City boss Roberto Mancini remains confident about his side’s chances of Premier League glory, even after their shock defeat versus Swansea.
Manchester United winger Ashley Young expressed his delight at Red Devils' victory over West Brom and believes his side could have score more.
Shola Ameobi admits he could not have imagined Newcastle competing for European qualification so soon after their return to the Premier League.
Norwich City boss Paul Lambert believes it was a point gained against Wigan after admitting that his side could have lost the match in the end.
Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers boss Mark Hughes and several of his players were involved in a physical altercation with fans after the defeat by Bolton.
Coach Tony Pulis will decide on the Stoke City futures of Ricardo Fuller and Jonathan Woodgate over a bite to eat with chairman Peter Coates.
Sunderland winger Sebastian Larsson insists the team know what they need to do and that they have learned from their 4-0 West Brom drubbing.
Swansea City head coach Brendan Rodgers saw his side beat Manchester City and labelled it the best performance and win of the season so far.
William Gallas has admitted that Tottenham are in trouble after losing three games in a row but will still finish above Arsenal and Chelsea.
West Brom head coach Roy Hodgson could not fault his players following the defeat to Man Utd and hailed Wayne Rooney as a world-class player.
Wigan defender Gary Caldwell claimed the whole squad still believe they can beat the drop after coming from behind to draw against Norwich.
Manager Terry Connor is not convinced that someone else would have done a better job than he has so far in his time in charge at Wolverhampton.