Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola to BBC Match of the Day: "We played good, we missed a little in the final third but the second half was better and it was a good performance.
"We play the same way, tried the press and defend well and we did well.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard: "We have injuries but that gives opportunity so we don't want to moan, especially when Billy Gilmour plays how he plays, and Ross Barkley and Mason Mount, and the collective of the team.
Southampton goalkeeper McCarthy: "It's definitely a tough one to take. In the second half Newcastle didn't have many clear chances but it's a little error that has cost us a point.
"After the way the first half panned out, I thought we could stay in this.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "A very rare mistake from Ben Mee and you wonder how it would affect things, but we gripped the game and I was really pleased with it.
"We build slowly, we are not the real deal yet.
Well done Sheffield on the win and well done Henderson who made some cracking saves. He definitely deserves to be in the England squad. Sheffield punching above their weight and up to sixth in the PL and a chance of CL/Europa.
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.
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.
"The two goals come from us having possession and they punished us on the transition," Howe said. "It was a ruthless game for us today because I don't think we did much wrong."
The victory was Liverpool's 22nd successive Premier League win at Anfield, breaking the English top-flight record set by Shankly's team in 1972.
Carlo Ancelotti to Match of the Day on his red card: "When I saw the red card it was a disappointment. I asked for an explanation and afterwards, I had a conversation with him - I want to keep that private.
Spurs manager Jose Mourinho speaking to Match of the Day: "I think unfair. The players didn't deserve the defeat. We were punished by, I would say, mentality mistakes. You have to be ruthless against teams like Wolves that plays fantastically well on the counter-attack.
"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.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche: "I think overall it was a below par performance from us. I'm being critical of our own performance, but 11 clean sheets speaks for itself.
"It wasn't a great game by any means from any side.
"The last five performances have been stronger and we've started to score goals and create chances from open play," said Howe.
"We're not where we want to be though, and it's going to be really tight and a big battle to get the points we need from now until the end of the season.