Villa boss Dean Smith: "I try to defend the players but today was not good enough. We got what we deserved.
"We spoke about having a good start but in the first 20 minutes we never laid a glove on them.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho to BBC Sport: "I thought we deserved to win but I think they did not deserve to lose. Villa played to win."
On the Spurs penalty: "Steven Bergwijn, I don't know if I call him naive or too honest - the referees tell us pre-match, 'Don't ask for anything, don't surround me, don't do the motion of the screen'.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe: "The red card changed everything, we felt a little bit bit hard done by on that decision - Jeff [Jefferson Lerma] was incredibly unlucky as there were other challenges in the game that didn't get punished with a yellow card which were worse than that.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith: "It's tough when you come up against world-class teams.
"There's a professional pride as a coach and a team, and the third goal summed it up - they had about 20 passes without us laying a glove on them.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche to BBC Match of the Day: "We had a strong second half in the Manchester United game and I expected us to carry that on but we were miles off to start. There were not enough players brave enough to get the ball into good areas.
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith: "It's very precious. The fact that we'd lost four Premier League matches on the spin, you don't come into this game with an awful lot of confidence.
"The three things I asked the players for were enthusiasm, attitude and application, and we got them.
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith calls on Grealish's teammates to score more goals:
"Whenever we concede a goal it feels like the end of the world at the moment," Smith said.
"The manner we conceded the goals is very poor.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder: "I have to say, Dean Smith and John Terry were in the tunnel clapping our players because they recognise our players' performance today. That's a class act and people won't see that but I want to mention it.
Brendan Rodgers says his Leicester team were "absolutely amazing" in their 4-1 win at Aston Villa to make it a club-record eight Premier League wins in a row.
odgers, whose side are six points clear of last season's champions Manchester City, is happy for Leicester to keep going about their business under the radar.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard:
"I thought we were great. I'm pleased because that was us again, we had a blip against West Ham and today we were back.
"Our character at half-time was important and we carried off where we left off.