Defender Andre Santos has backed Arsenal to challenge for glory next campaign, particularly if they retain the services of Robin van Persie.
Alex McLeish has said Stiliyan Petrov was very proud of Aston Villa's display against Chelsea, as he set to begin his treatment for leukaemia.
Assistant manager Eric Black is finally hoping to come out on top in a clash with Sir Alex Ferguson when Blackburn take on Manchester United.
Bolton coach Owen Coyle believes their performance against Wolves was testament to how tight a group they are, despite their lowly position.
Interim manager Roberto Di Matteo believes Chelsea have every chance of claiming a UEFA Champions League spot with just seven games remaining.
Tony Hibbert claims fatigue will not be a problem for Everton as long as they continue to secure results like the home victory over West Brom.
Fulham left-back John Arne Riise admitted he was content for his side to win ugly against Norwich in order to end a three-match losing streak.
Kenny Dalglish had no complaints with Pepe Reina's red card or Andy Carroll's reaction to being substituted during the defeat to Newcastle.
Man City captain Vincent Kompany has rejected suggestions his side are faltering in the final furlongs of the title race because of nerves.
Former Chelsea winger Arjen Robben could reportedly join Manchester United this summer, as he stalls over signing a new contract with Bayern.
Coach Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is determined to guide his side into Europe after boosting their hopes with a victory over 10-man Liverpool.
Aaron Wilbraham was happy to score his 100th goal of his career, but admits he was a bit more disappointed about the misses against Fulham.
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Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes has urged his side not to let their victory over Arsenal go to waste as they hope to avoid the drop.
Stoke winger Jermaine Pennant has launched a scathing attack on manager Tony Pulis after being forced to play out of position against Wigan.
Sebastian Larsson admits he was disappointed to draw at Manchester City despite playing an instrumental role in a rousing Sunderland display.
Brendan Rodgers is delighted with Swansea's display in the defeat at White Hart Lane, after they forced Tottenham to work hard for a victory.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp was impressed by his side's display against Swansea and has hailed winger Gareth Bale as a 'unique player'.
Manager Roy Hodgson insisted Peter Odemwingie and Ben Foster's angry clash was just a show of passion and had no repercussions afterwards.
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez expects the battle for survival to go down to the final day of the season as bottom sides start to pick up points.
Wolves boss Terry Connor admitted a seventh straight home defeat has left his players 'shattered', but insisted they can still avoid the drop.