Watford boss Nigel Pearson to Sky Sports: "I thought we showed a lot of character - not always composure - but the result was more important than the performance. I feel for Norwich because they played pretty well and we've had to fight very hard.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta, speaking to BBC Sport: "We lost two points. I think we deserved to win the game. But when you have the chances you have to kill them. Three- or four-nil and the game is over.
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho says the half-time clash between goalkeeper Hugo Lloris and forward Son Heung-min was "beautiful" and "something needed for the team to grow up".
"[The argument] was probably as a consequence of our meetings.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "I'm certainly not disappointed. We are maximum stretch at the moment with the squad. I thought we were very competitive in awkward conditions and made chances that should really have got the game done.
"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.
"We've always focused on the game and that won't change," said Klopp.
"We didn't come here and have the numbers we have because we thought about breaking records.
"Hopefully in the future, when the record ends or the season ends, I can start thinking about it.
Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl said Che Adams' first goal for the club was "so important for him"
"When you hear how much the guys were celebrating him as he went into the dressing room, then you know how happy they are he scored," Hasenhuttl said.
Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke says the game against with Brighton was their last chance to get back in the fight for survival and defeat means it is unrealistic to talk about staying in the Premier League.
"I thought we were in the game for a long time into the second half despite conceding that goal, which was a bad one to concede," said Hodgson.
"We got over that disappointment and got back into the game and looked like an equaliser might be on the cards.
"Pre-West Ham, we could have gone third and we let ourselves down," Lampard told Sky Sports.
"Today, there was a bit of pressure to get back to fourth and we produced - so get used to that pressure, whatever way it looks, because it's going to be tough all the way through.
Man City boss Pep Guardiola said: "I'm delighted. Congratulations to the team, we beat the champions with the quality they have.
"I saw in the guard of honour how incredibly focused they were, how they shouted.