Interim Newcastle manager Graeme Jones, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It was a rollercoaster at times. I thought off the ball we were comfortable in the first half.
"I worked with Christian Benteke with Belgium so I know where his profile is.
West Ham boss David Moyes, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "The players are disappointed in the dressing room but that tells you the standards we have set ourselves.
"We just didn't play to the standards we have reached in recent weeks.
Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira tells Sky Sports: "We had a game that we expected, a really challenging and difficult one. We tried to frustrate them but the free-kick we conceded from made it even more difficult.
"Outstanding. We wanted this feeling, this game, this atmosphere. Finishing the season in third is incredible," Klopp told BBC Radio 5 Live.
"Credit to the boys - I can't believe how it worked out in the last few weeks, incredible.
"It has been exceptionally good," Hodgson told BBC Sport. "I never really envisaged it. From being on the terraces at the age of five to finish managing the team at the age of 73 - it is something of a fairytale or like Roy of the Rovers.
"In the second half that was the Crystal Palace that I've seen in the last four years - that never-say-die spirit," said Hodgson.
"We accept we'll never roll teams over and we have to work hard to get a result and we did that today.
Southampton boss Ralph Hassenhuttl speaking to BBC Sport: "It is the worst thing that should happen, they always score very early, it didn't kill our game plan because we knew we would have a lot of possession and try to create chances.
Sheffield United's interim manager Paul Heckingbottom: "Aaron Ramsdale's been excellent while I've been in this job. Today was probably his best game yet.
"The bit I really like about these players is their honesty.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson: "Unfortunately we were playing against a team with so much technical ability. You have got to work so very hard to keep them at bay.
"The first goal was just a fantastic pass, control and shot.
"We know they are a good side, everybody knows that, but we can't afford to play the way we did in the first half," said Hodgson.
"Both of the first two goals came about through balls lost near our own goal.