"When the season started, no-one expected us to be there," said Rodgers.
"There was a flash-up yesterday [on TV] about the title race and the top four. There were six players on the screen and not one of ours were there.
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith calls on Grealish's teammates to score more goals:
"Whenever we concede a goal it feels like the end of the world at the moment," Smith said.
"The manner we conceded the goals is very poor.
Everton caretaker manager Duncan Ferguson: "I think a point was fair. We struggled with energy levels and they probably had the better chances, but we're happy with a point. The players dug deep today.
Former Crystal Palace striker Clinton Morrison on BBC Radio: "I like what Brighton are doing. A new manager has come in and they're playing exciting football - but I don't think that is [ever going to be] Crystal Palace.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola: "We made an incredible result but the way we played against Manchester United [a 2-1 defeat last weekend] was better in many, many things.
"I know we are judged on the result but I have a duty to judge the performance, not just the result.
Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho: "We knew the game was going to be difficult. They didn't catch us by surprise. We had a very good start like we tried to. We almost scored a second goal but against Wolves that would not have killed the game.
Speaking after Greenwood's performance against Everton, the United manager continued in the same vein.
"You wanted the ball to drop to Mason, because he's so calm and composed - when he gets chances, he takes them.
"I can't divide myself from the team," said Pellegrini. "For West Ham it was an important three points.
"I said before the game that I felt every day the commitment of the players in the work that they do.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder: "I have to say, Dean Smith and John Terry were in the tunnel clapping our players because they recognise our players' performance today. That's a class act and people won't see that but I want to mention it.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers: "When you play at home you always want to win. I think the players showed a great mentality. Norwich started bright and deservedly went in front but second half we were much better.
Frank Lampard's side lacked tempo and creativity -
"Maybe for the fans and the players, but not for me," he told BBC Radio 5 Live. "I didn't get excited in the great run that we had, the Premier League is tough and I felt there was a lot of improvement needed, and that's proved true.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche told Match of the Day: "We've had a tough week with three losses. Against two top sides we didn't perform as we can do. We've got a tight win today. Chris Wood has been ill for a few days and he stuck at it.
Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has agreed a contract extension that will keep him at the Anfield club until 2024.
'When the call [to manage Liverpool] came in autumn 2015, I felt we were perfect for each other .