Norwich midfielder Alex Tettey speaking to BT Sport: "It’s very hard for me to talk, that was a tough game for us. We came out trying to be positive but when we don’t do what we have to do on the pitch we are punished.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "Last few games have been fantastic. It's a challenge when they lose team-mates. There's a resilience to them, you add in organisation and physical prowess, and they've got more talent than people mention.
"I have to say the players are showing great fight and we're going to go right to the end," said Moyes. "This league could easily go right to the last game of the season - we understand that and we're prepared for that if it has to be done.
West Ham boss David Moyes, speaking to BBC Sport:
On VAR decision: "At that moment I thought everything was going against us. The first goal is vital and when you lose it you think here we go again but great credit to the players, they kept at it and I thought we got the reward.
Spurs boss Jose Mourinho to Sky Sports: "I am happy with the result, the clean sheet, it means the team is more solid, the players have less doubts. We played against a team with a coach with a lot of experience that organises teams in a very difficult way.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "The most important thing is to find a way to win. That is what the big clubs do.
"It was difficult but credit to West Ham, they were really good, executed their game plan and created issues for us, but we gave them some of their chances.
"I think that's the way it went in my dreams last night," said Bowen.
"The assistant manager said the keeper liked to go down quickly. I knew the angle was tight so I got enough on it to dink it over him.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp speaking to Sky Sports: "I liked a lot how we started. We scored a wonderful first goal. But then we weren't good in second ball situations. We have to pick them up much more often.
Man City boss Pep Guardiola on Match of the Day: "We are professionals on the pitch, what happens off it we cannot do much.
"We talked about what we have to do until the end of the season, especially for the people who love this club.
"I'm angry and the players know I'm disappointed," Moyes said.
"In the main we were very good but for a couple of really silly mistakes. We offered a threat, as did they. The performance was good but it's tarnished by a couple of mistakes.
West Ham manager David Moyes, speaking to BBC Match of the Day: "I think every point is important in this league. I thought we created one or two good chances but I thought it was even between the two sides.