Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo on Jota: "He is always confident.
"We know a player's performance can go up and down. It's the right decisions, the right solutions we try to find to keep sustaining his performance - not only him, but all the team.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to BBC Match of the Day: "A very good win, two good wins and two clean sheets, some goals to celebrate, now we want to kick on.
"I thought first half we started by gifting them some good opportunities and gradually we created more and more chances.
Villa boss Dean Smith: "I try to defend the players but today was not good enough. We got what we deserved.
"We spoke about having a good start but in the first 20 minutes we never laid a glove on them.
Sheffield United are in a "good place" after reaching 40 points with 11 games to go but want to achieve much more this season, says boss Chris Wilder.
"We're going to be a Premier League team next season.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche, speaking to Match of the Day: "It was a strange kind of game. You saw the momentum change with us in the second half because the wind was that powerful. I know you're going to ask me about some interesting moments, but I felt we had good control after that.
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard on Lo Celso's challenge: "Everybody knew they had made a mistake. We have the monitor and can view it and we were just waiting for the red card, not with any pleasure because it was a tackle that endangered the player.
Man City boss Pep Guardiola on Match of the Day: "We are professionals on the pitch, what happens off it we cannot do much.
"We talked about what we have to do until the end of the season, especially for the people who love this club.
The video assistant referee "didn't get it right" in Chelsea's 2-0 home loss to Manchester United and it was "soul destroying" for the supporters, says Blues boss Frank Lampard.
VAR official Chris Kavanagh did not feel Harry Maguire deserved a red card for appearing to kick Michy Batshuayi.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho to BBC Sport: "I thought we deserved to win but I think they did not deserve to lose. Villa played to win."
On the Spurs penalty: "Steven Bergwijn, I don't know if I call him naive or too honest - the referees tell us pre-match, 'Don't ask for anything, don't surround me, don't do the motion of the screen'.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta to BBC Sport: "After the break, we started saying we had to start closing the gap on the top teams and turn draws into wins. Today was the first opportunity and we've done it.
"The gap is so insane, I don't really understand it," Klopp told Sky Sports. "I am not smart enough. I have not had that before. It is outstanding, so difficult.
"I go back into the changing room and we chat about the things and then I am like 'Oh, but congratulations.
Wolves manager Nuno Espirto Santo: "It is not about frustration but realising what we did in the game and now analyse to say 'we could (have won)'.
"Leicester had possession in the first half but did not create, we scored in the first half and dominated a very good team.