Sheffield United interim manager Paul Heckingbottom to BBC Sport: "I thought we were excellent from start to finish. It makes a difference when you get the first goal. We didn't create a hatful of chances but we created good ones.
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.
Tottenham interim head coach Ryan Mason: "The attitude, the desire to compete and to keep competing over 95 minutes [was good]. We had some real moments of quality but the bravery to play in every duel, every action, is the most pleasing thing.
Sheffield United were relegated to the Championship after Willian Jose's first goal for Wolves secured victory.
Interim Blades boss Paul Heckingbottom believes the club should follow the Canaries' example and keep as much of the squad together as possible.
Leeds head coach Marcelo Bielsa: "We think we managed to dominate large parts of the game. We had chances to score more goals and there were a lot of dangerous actions that didn't finish in shots that would have increased the number of chances we had.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl, speaking to BBC Sport: "We made finishing drills in the final session yesterday and I think it helped [Adams]. It's what you are here for as a substitute that you come on and show your qualities.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder: "We've not got enough results in these kind of tight games. My team has shown tonight that the majority of the time, if not all the time, they give everything to get a result.
Scott Parker says his Fulham side have enjoyed a "massive" week in their fight for Premier League survival
"We set a challenge to the boys tonight to not get swallowed up. To worry about ourselves and put in a performance where we showed our quality.
Sheffield United Chris Wilder speaking to BBC Sport: "Chelsea are flying it was a huge challenge in front of us as it has been all season and more recently playing Man City Man United and Chelsea - there's no time to get your head up we knew they'd have over 75%-80% possession thought shape was good.
"In December and January to show this consistency is amazing," Guardiola told BBC Sport. "In this league every game is so difficult.
"It was an incredible performance. We played incredibly well in many areas.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder: "The timing and manner of the goals really all afternoon hurt us.
"I really fancied us and we did as a football club. We got paid a compliment with the way they set up and you could see, led by the manager, that they thought this was going to be a tough afternoon.