Aston Villa caretaker boss Aaron Danks, speaking to BBC Sport: "Really happy. I thought the boys from the opening five minutes they played with intensity and sustained that. I am really, really pleased with the game and performance.
Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard: "I was really happy in he first half, thought we were the better team and controlled but we didn't create enough to trouble their keeper.
"The game was finely balanced at half-time but they made a couple of changes and we stopped keeping the ball.
Aston Villa manager Steven Gerrard:
"We started extremely well. We got ourselves in front and scored a good goal, but we never kept the lead for long enough. We allowed Crystal Palace back into the game too soon.
Former Manchester City captain Richard Dunne does not believe Pep Guardiola's tactical acumen is his greatest attribute.
"He has so many world-class players that do not play every week and yet he manages to keep them all happy and interested," Dunne told BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast.
Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard: "We are 14th in the league and we've just given a lap of honour and our fans were incredible. Moving forward, this club cannot finish 14th again. We need to change things and come back better and stronger next season.
Burnley caretaker boss Mike Jackson: "We will watch it back and look at what we could have done better. We had good moments, we probably didn't make the most of them and we've been punished for errors.
"In the last couple of games, we played really well, but in the final third we couldn't find the killer pass," Brendan Rodgers told
"Maybe that is a lack of energy because of the number of games we've played - the speed of our attacking combinations is not quite as we want it.
Wolves manager Bruno Lage said: "One more great performance from us, especially in the first half. We were creating a lot of chances and I thought we were the better team and we played the game the way we wanted.
Aston Villa boss Steven Gerrard : "We were really indecisive first half, and lacked belief collectively. We were dominated and second best, but still in a position at half time to do something about it.
West Ham boss David Moyes said: "We have given the boy [Andriy Yarmolenko] as much time as he needs. His family are safe at the moment, he tells me. He wants to make sure everybody is fine and he has a lot going on.