Watford boss Nigel Pearson to Sky Sports: "I thought we showed a lot of character - not always composure - but the result was more important than the performance. I feel for Norwich because they played pretty well and we've had to fight very hard.
"Pre-West Ham, we could have gone third and we let ourselves down," Lampard told Sky Sports.
"Today, there was a bit of pressure to get back to fourth and we produced - so get used to that pressure, whatever way it looks, because it's going to be tough all the way through.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche said it had "been an emotional week"
"Over seven and a half years we have built a culture and environment that behind it has a strong mentality. We bounced back after the other night," Dyche said.
Watford manager Nigel Pearson told BT Sport:
"It is a really strange day. For the players who thrive on atmosphere and emotional attachment, it will be difficult to get used to.
"We want our fans back here when it is safe, our responsibility in the meantime is that when they come back here next it is for Premier League football.
Hodgson was discussing the calibre of his team's attitude and brought up McArthur as a player who stood out in today's 1-0 victory.
He said: "I’ll give you a name of a guy who today didn’t have his best game for the club: James McArthur.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to BBC Match of the Day: "A very good win, two good wins and two clean sheets, some goals to celebrate, now we want to kick on.
"I thought first half we started by gifting them some good opportunities and gradually we created more and more chances.
"It's probably a missed opportunity but also a hard-earned point," said Pearson. "We've played better than that in our last two games, we worked exceptionally hard out of possession but we've got to be better in possession.
But Mourinho told BT Sport afterwards: "I think we deserved to win this match. To lose would have been too harsh on the boys."
Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster saved from Lucas Moura before half-time to thwart Spurs, who have now gone four league games without a win.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe speaking to Match of the Day: "Tough game, we battled and stuck to the game in the first half. It wasn't a great performance from either team before half-time but the goal sucked the life out of us and gave them a boost.
"We are so happy to have Nigel Pearson come in," Doucoure told BT Sport after scoring on his 27th birthday.
"Everyone is pushing together, we are so proud of how we played.
"We deserved to win, we have had a fantastic week and we want to carry on and get out of the relegation zone.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder, speaking to BBC Sport: "We got our first penalty of the season, which is good - and we stuck it away successfully, which I am delighted about. It was not really one of our better performances but you have to give Nigel Person and his players credit.