Mark Hughes: "I thought it was a fantastic game. I felt from start to finish we put in a real performance. We had to recover very quickly from going behind and thought we showed real character and stuck at it after Chelsea give us a bit of a run around in the first half. We’ve set our own standards today and we need to maintain it and if we can we’ll be a very tough side to overcome.”
Jose Mourinho: "We didn't kill them. When you produce such good football like we did in the first half, you have to score goals; and we didn't… We produce and produce and produce, but we don't score enough goals in relation to our production and the quality of our football. You have to score goals and kill the game… We played very good football, we had very good movement in the first half, fantastic production, but if we don't capitalise with goals we are in trouble. Especially if you make a mistake like we did with the first goal."
Brendan Rodgers: "I don't think you can put a price on him [Luis Suarez] and I wouldn't want to… At this moment in time he is up there with the best players in the world. Whatever price people put on that then that is what people do, but at the moment it is not of interest to me or him… Most teams in the world would want Luis Suarez. I think Aguero is a wonderful player as well but I wouldn't swap Suarez for anyone… His will and desire oversteps the mark the odd time, which has got him in trouble, but if you are talking about tactical and technical ability he is up there with the world's best and he is a brilliant player to have."
Sam Allardyce: "I think we showed in the first half that we didn't deserve to be 1-0 down. The game at this level is 90-95 minutes long not 45. For me we didn't recover from that (second) goal going into the start of the second half and that was the disappointing thing. We could have taken a lot of encouragement from the first half and the chance from Modibo Maiga that was well saved (by Simon Mignolet) is one you want to go in when you come to the big boys, but I couldn't criticise as it was a super save off a very good header. The second goal killed us for a while, got Liverpool right up for it."
Post-match reaction: Moyes defiant despite defeats
Post-match analysis: Moyes has made Man United mortal
Mauricio Pochettino: "I think overall the performance was amazing from my team. I think we have been on a negative run of results as of late but the thing about this team is it keeps believing… This team believes and I think this team is on a good run in how it plays. It tries to play always the same way, it tries to play well the same way. I think against Manchester City we beat them on possession against a team that has the biggest record on possession in the league. Overall I am very happy with the team."
Manuel Pellegrini: "I don't feel like we lost two points. In all the other games away I felt like we deserved more but here this was the result that both teams deserved. I always say that if you don't play well and you can't win, then at least don't lose. We didn't play well but we got a point… We lost control of the game. We started well, we had chances to score the second one and after that I think we started to play too quickly. That was the problem during the first half."
Tony Pulis: "[On Cameron Jerome and Marouane Chamakh] Those two have been brilliant. They have given everyone in the team a lead in respect how they worked. Chamakh was wonderful, his link-up play was very good, and Cameron is a threat. If he does what he is good at he is a threat to anybody. Chamakh has real quality - Arsenal never buy a player unless they're quality. Wenger knows people with quality and he has got it, it is just about getting it out of him. He has looked really up for it. He recognises he is an important member of this group and hopefully he keeps playing the way he is… It is going to be a massive task for us - it's always difficult for promoted teams to stay in it. We needed the points this week as we have some tough away games coming up."
Malky Mackay: "It is about performances and picking up points as we go. We have to be more clinical in front of goal. We have got to be in every game and more competitive in every game. I don't cast an eye over my shoulder. If I was cast adrift at the bottom of the league I could understand that but we are not… We certainly weren't at it the way we have been but even then it is about taking chances and we had a great chance in the first five minutes and we should have scored."
Steve Clarke: "We created a lot of chances but we did not get the goal. We made it difficult for ourselves conceding the goal which came from a throw-in and was a soft goal. It gave Norwich something to hang on to. We created enough chances but could not get the goal that would change the game in our favour. [On the goal-bound shot by Stephane Sessegnon that hit Martin Olsson on the hand] Whether the referee saw it or not does not help us. I am not sat here crying about a penalty decision because it's a tough one to call but the ball was going in the net, so it's hard to say it was a miss."
Chris Hughton: "It was the ideal response [to losing 5-1 during to Liverpool mid-week]. We have done that a couple of times this season and it has to be down to the players as after a Wednesday game you don't have too much time to prepare… We put ourselves under a lot of pressure, particularly in that final half an hour, but it is a clean sheet. Going into that last period of the game they were either going to come back and get a draw or a win or we were going to break and get the second and that's what happened… The pressure is always there, it is part and parcel of the game. As soon as the good feel of this win goes it's about the pressure of getting the next result."
Gus Poyet: "I'm very disappointed, for many reasons: one, because we don't have the heart to compete with Tottenham for long periods. To go ahead and score with a great goal, the type of goal we try to convince the players that they can do, but then something happened. Something can happen in the last minute, a simple foul, but the ball is played in and it drops and they are better than us, they are quicker than us. And once more an own goal, I don't know what to say about that. I have never seen it before. And then it was too open, you cannot play that way against Tottenham. You shouldn't be in that situation again."
Andre Villas-Boas: "It was a very important win for us. It completes a good, good week, a good start to December. Two away fixtures, a Premier League midweek fixture and Manchester United at home was always a difficult scenario following our defeat against City, so it's a great fightback from the team finally completed - and we have put ourselves back on track in a position where we can challenge for the top. Credit to the players. Our group has been immense in this situation that we faced and fought back to these great results recently."