Burnley boss Sean Dyche: "Last few games have been fantastic. It's a challenge when they lose team-mates. There's a resilience to them, you add in organisation and physical prowess, and they've got more talent than people mention.
"Two centre halves were outstanding, the keeper was outstanding. They asked a lot of questions, had a couple of golden moments, and our keeper was there when needed.
"We have a culture and environment we believe in. It's that commitment to the cause. The next game comes very quickly and it's Liverpool, they're not bad…"
West Ham boss David Moyes: "Frustration is probably the word I would use more than anything, the missed opportunities. I am disappointed that we didn't take something from the game because I feel we warranted something.
"I thought today was a must-win, I thought Newcastle was too, Chelsea we had to do the best we can and we did. We have been in that situation for a while. In fact, probably since I took over."