Well done Sheffield on the win and well done Henderson who made some cracking saves. He definitely deserves to be in the England squad. Sheffield punching above their weight and up to sixth in the PL and a chance of CL/Europa.
"A win is always good for the mood and confidence but I am not over the moon," Farke said.
"It was important that we were on top of our game to get some points because we are the underdogs in this league.
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo on Jota: "He is always confident.
"We know a player's performance can go up and down. It's the right decisions, the right solutions we try to find to keep sustaining his performance - not only him, but all the team.
"The gap is so insane, I don't really understand it," Klopp told Sky Sports. "I am not smart enough. I have not had that before. It is outstanding, so difficult.
"I go back into the changing room and we chat about the things and then I am like 'Oh, but congratulations.
"We set ourselves up to be difficult to beat. If you look at the record we've got, we've done fantastically well. Now we have to get a little bit of quality in forward areas. We have to improve in the midfield too because the strikers need something to feed off.
"We are in a situation when I have to think, think, think," said Mourinho.
"I look to bench and we don't have attacking players. I had to take off Erik Lamela because of fatigue but we showed an incredible reaction to score a second goal.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BBC Sport: "Very happy. We started on the front foot. When you can walk off, and I am sure the opposition are talking about Manchester United as a very hard working team, that is what I want from my team.
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.
Norwich boss Daniel Farke, speaking to BBC Sport: "We were 1-0 up, played fantastic, we had two or three one on ones and hit the inside of the post. No-one could complain if we were 4-0 up at half-time.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers: "When you play at home you always want to win. I think the players showed a great mentality. Norwich started bright and deservedly went in front but second half we were much better.
Norwich City manager Daniel Farke told BBC Sport: "I can't complain about the attitude, but if you make mistakes you are punished at this level. It is always a concern to lose a game and to concede goals.