Sheffield United are in a "good place" after reaching 40 points with 11 games to go but want to achieve much more this season, says boss Chris Wilder.
"We're going to be a Premier League team next season.
"It's probably a missed opportunity but also a hard-earned point," said Pearson. "We've played better than that in our last two games, we worked exceptionally hard out of possession but we've got to be better in possession.
"I'm angry and the players know I'm disappointed," Moyes said.
"In the main we were very good but for a couple of really silly mistakes. We offered a threat, as did they. The performance was good but it's tarnished by a couple of mistakes.
Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti, speaking to Match of the Day: "I'm quite happy. For 60 minutes the performance was good, at the end it was normal to suffer a little bit at 1-0 up.
"We were determined to have three points at the end and this is the most important thing.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard: "It was frustrating for different reasons.
"In the first half, the game was there to be won. We weren't ruthless enough. We got the goal and we had the possession, but we just didn't kill the game off.
Former Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison on BBC Radio: "I like what Brighton are doing. A new manager has come in and they're playing exciting football - but I don't think that is [ever going to be] Crystal Palace.
Wolves boss reacts to Brighton draw
“Like we expected, it was a very tough game, but a good game. I think it was emotional, entertaining. Both teams really wanted to go and score so the game has these spaces.
Arsenal interim boss Freddie Ljungberg: "We didn't show up in the first half, didn't work hard and want to play.
"Second half we had a word and were better but we are suspect on the counter and we have no confidence.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: "It was unnecessary [for the game to be nervy at the end], of course, because we had unbelievable chances. Their keeper made some good saves.
"It was difficult this game because Brighton are a good football side.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers speaking to Match of the Day: "We played very, very well considering we've come back from the international break. In the first 30 minutes we had control of the game and had chances to go in front.