West Ham's Mark Noble : "The boys stuck in and dug in, we’ve lost Michail [Antonio] after 30-odd minutes after he was fantastic for us, and with Dec [Rice] missing out for us – that was terrible news and we hope he is back soon.
West Ham's Mark Noble speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live: "The boys stuck in and dug in, we’ve lost Michail [Antonio] after 30-odd minutes after he was fantastic for us, and with Dec [Rice] missing out for us – that was terrible news and we hope he is back soon.
Manchester City manager Guardiola, speaking to BT Sport: "It was really difficult. They have the physicality, they have the quality of players.
"After 10 or 15 minutes today we realised we were not going to paint anything beautiful.
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.
West Brom boss Sam Allardyce, speaking to BBC Sport: "If anything disappointed me in the first half we didn't pass the ball like we did against Wolves. We didn't put West Ham under enough pressure but in the second half we did.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche said: "It's rare in the Premier League to go away from home and have as much possession as we did.
"There's a lot of things right about the team at the moment but we've got to find the margins.
Southampton assistant boss Richard Kitzbichler, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "It was a little surprising for me to be on the sideline today. It can always happen in times like this and I think we coped with the situation.
West Ham manager David Moyes told BBC Sport: "We saw a poor West Ham in the first half but we also saw a good Brighton team in the first half. They made it difficult for us but the resilience of the players kept us going and a few changes helped us.
"It was a harsh scoreline but we were not good enough in our box and we weren't good enough in their box when we had the opportunities," Moyes said.
"Any small decisions did not go for us; the flow always went in Chelsea's favour tonight.