Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, speaking to BT Sport: "Very happy. Proud of them. They took the ball well, created chances and got the win they deserved."
On Anthony Elanga scoring his first senior goal for the club: "I am sure he will.
West Ham manager David Moyes, speaking to Match of the Day: "If you'd said at the start of the season that we'd finish sixth I don't think many would have believed that. After losing the first two Premier League games of the season it didn't look likely, but we've been really consistent.
"Outstanding. We wanted this feeling, this game, this atmosphere. Finishing the season in third is incredible," Klopp told BBC Radio 5 Live.
"Credit to the boys - I can't believe how it worked out in the last few weeks, incredible.
Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers to BBC Sport: "It's hugely disappointing for us. We fought so hard all season. I always said you’re judged after 38 games and unfortunately we couldn’t quite make it.
"We'll never say it's an achievement to finish 12th for a club of our stature," said Bruce, "but I'm delighted with the way we have ended the season.
"When we really needed the results, the players and staff have worked tirelessly to turn it round.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith: "I think the fans helped us over the line against a very good Chelsea team. The first 20 minutes I had to count there wasn't more than 11 of them as they seemed to get overloads all over the pitch.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta: "It wasn't in our hands. We tried to do our best, but it was not enough.
"This club deserves trophies and the Champions League and we haven't managed to do that in very challenging circumstances.
West Ham boss David Moyes, speaking to Sky Sports: "We played well in recent games, we didn't play well tonight but we got the goals we needed."
A point on Sunday would secure the sixth and Europa League, how does that sound? "It sounds great.
"It has been exceptionally good," Hodgson told BBC Sport. "I never really envisaged it. From being on the terraces at the age of five to finish managing the team at the age of 73 - it is something of a fairytale or like Roy of the Rovers.
"It's a big game for us [on Sunday], it's a big game for them [Leicester City]. We have to get over this. We will work tomorrow, there is no doubt we have to be ready and we know what we have to do," Tottenham interim boss Mason told BBC Sport.