Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola to MOTD: "I had the feeling we controlled the game. The top four players they have, player like Jack Grealish and Ross Barkley, the feeling is that wow, you feel the dangers in every actions.
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.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers: "You have seen the real spirit of the side tonight. We were a real threat going forward.
"The performance and maturity of the team was pleasing. I knew we were playing against a talented team and we had to be right on our game.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola: "This is through the quality of the players, commitment and focus. We struggled the last two seasons to beat them here, we did a fantastic game.
"I don't want to send any messages.
Manchester United manager Solskjaer said: "They are a good side and they have some injury problems but we didn't pounce on that.
"I felt we grew into the game and got stronger and stronger and were closer to winning.
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.
"A month ago we were flying high, but since then we've struggled," Lampard told BBC Sport. "It's a challenge even a man down.
"Maybe a bit [confidence affecting his players], that's normal in football, but every team are having phases of form.
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.
"It is a big, big win for us, a much-needed win," said Maupay, who returned to the Seagulls side after starting on the bench against City on Wednesday.
"We have got quality we know that, but we need to keep pushing on and get more wins.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo to BBC Sport: "Disappointing, frustrated with the way we played and the result.
"The beginning of the second half, we started very poorly.
"Two penalties and a throw-in [were West Brom's goals].
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson: "I'm more than satisfied. A hard-working performance, we defended well and maybe with a bit more composure we could have scored a goal. We were playing a team in excellent form and we go away with a deserved 0-0.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola told BBC Sport: "We knew how tough it would be. Brighton had a good mentality to play.
"We had a really good first half and had chances. After we missed a really clear chance in the second half, they were better.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to BBC Sport: "I'm very pleased of course. Any time you get three points you are happy. We had to dig in and earn it and we did.
"Patience and having more composure was the key.