Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho: "During the game, nobody thought about it, even myself I didn't, but Arsenal had 48 hours more than us to rest, so it was hard. But it came from their hearts this effort, this battle.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, speaking to BBC Sport: "We lost two points. I think we deserved to win the game. But when you have the chances you have to kill them. Three- or four-nil and the game is over.
Pep Guardiola: "In the beginning, there was a lot of energy, everyone wanted the ball. It was important to get the first goal before half-time and then after that with the penalty and the sending off it was a completely different situation.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "The most important thing is to find a way to win. That is what the big clubs do.
"It was difficult but credit to West Ham, they were really good, executed their game plan and created issues for us, but we gave them some of their chances.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to BBC Sport: "After the break, we started saying we had to start closing the gap on the top teams and turn draws into wins. Today was the first opportunity and we've done it.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche : "You don't want to get too greedy, it's a good run of performances and results. I thought we did enough to edge it, we had a couple of golden chances and kept them to meagre ones.
"We have a group who challenge each other and wants to attack every game in every division," Wilder said.
"They have shown that attitude for a long time. We haven't been unbelievably backed financially.
Jordan Ayew's deflected equaliser earned Crystal Palace a point at home against Arsenal, who had goalscorer Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang sent off by the video assistant referee (VAR).
Prior to the match, anti-VAR t-shirts had been sold outside Selhurst Park and Palace fans displayed a banner stating it was "killing the game", yet it was the hosts who benefitted from the technology when Aubameyang was dismissed, handing them a man advantage.