Bournemouth boss Gary O'Neil, speaking to BBC MOTD:
"We had a tough start and you go 1-0 down at home in a big game it's a real test of character and belief. The lads showed everything you need to give yourself a chance in a relegation scrap.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta told Sky Sports: "I'm really happy to win and get three points away from home, espcially with a clean sheet.
"We had a goal disallowed and psychologically we overcame that.
Chelsea boss Graham Potter: "Disappointment because we didn't win, of course. I think we could all sense the excitement and the positivity. There was definitely that in the team.
"You have to credit Fulham, they are a defensively well organised unit.
Conte said: “I am really proud to be Tottenham manager. I had the possibility of being the manger of an important club, it makes me proud and this has to be clear to everybody.
“For this reason I want to fight until the end with my players…I spoke with my players and I have good players, but especially good men.
Fulham manager Marco Silva tells Match of the Day: "Great, great win for us. It was well deserved from our players and we were the best team on the pitch. We know it’s tough to play at Elland Road, even more because they were doing everything to get three points again.
“It was self-inflicted again. We should look no further than at ourselves, because what we’re not doing at the moment is, when we concede a goal - obviously you don’t want to concede any, but when we do - we’re not managing the moments after it well enough,” said Cooper.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, : "Big boost, winning like this is really nice.
"We made a mistake and they punished us but then how we reacted against adversity, the connection with the supporters, the way we went about it, the team believed.
Brentford boss Thomas Frank said: "Football is cruel, especially when you lose in the last minute. Maybe even more when you recover from 2-0 down. Apart from the first 20 mins and the last five minutes we played a good game.
"The performance was a defeat - the result is not a defeat but the performance was a defeat and that's why we have to figure out what happened," said Klopp.
"Playing the way we played is not how we should play, and that's why my frustration about that is pretty high.
"We'll never say it's an achievement to finish 12th for a club of our stature," said Bruce, "but I'm delighted with the way we have ended the season.
"When we really needed the results, the players and staff have worked tirelessly to turn it round.
Fulham boss Scott Parker felt his side were superb but also took exception to United's opener, believing it should have been ruled out for offside against Cavani.
"I thought we were fantastic today," he told Sky Sports.
Southampton boss Ralph Hassenhuttl told BBC Sport: "I'm pleased about what I've seen today. Clean sheet is still not there but we deserved this win, we were the better team."
On Nathan Tella: "He's always smiling.