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.
Everton midfielder Tom Davies: "We're really disappointed. We had chances to kill the game. It is poor from us. We need to be better. It starts after we score. We shouldn't be hanging on to 1-0 into last 10 minutes.
Wolves striker Fabio Silva, speaking to Sky Sports: "The team fight until the end. We have to be proud for that. In the first half we need to be more focused. The team need to move on to the next game.
Solskjaer told BBC Sport: "Of course it's a concern.
"When you have three clean sheets in a row, that will help you win games - but we haven't produced the quality.
"We just have to find a spark again, the quality again and try to win the games.
"There were some big chances today," said the Fulham boss, whose side face Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City in their next three games. "It was probably always going to be a 1-0 game and we did everything in our power to win it.
Brighton manager Graham Potter speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It's sore, I'm bitterly disappointed with the result because I thought we were the team pushing all the way, trying to get the winner ourselves.
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson: "We have been stuck on 23 points or close to 23 points for a little while so it was good to move away from that total.
"A team like Wolves, they will climb the table sooner or later with the type of players they have and the organisation they have.
Former England defender Alex Scott, discussing West Ham on BBC Match of the Day: "There is free-flowing football. When I watch West Ham now they are exciting and on the front foot. They want to take the game to teams now instead of waiting to see how a game develops.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola: "This is through the quality of the players, commitment and focus. We struggled the last two seasons to beat them here, we did a fantastic game.
"I don't want to send any messages.
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson: "I'm more than satisfied. A hard-working performance, we defended well and maybe with a bit more composure we could have scored a goal. We were playing a team in excellent form and we go away with a deserved 0-0.
Manager Chris Wilder says Sheffield United need an "incredible run" :
"It was the perfect storm last season - players were at the top of their game and we had no injuries," said Wilder, whose side finished ninth on their return to top-flight football.