David Moyes: "Isn't it great that we are still talking about Everton being at the top. We haven't been mentioned that much, but to be fair to the Everton players they have been there near enough the whole season. And I just hope we can keep that going to the end. I think if we beat Arsenal in midweek we can talk about the Champions League but if we lose we are more talking about trying, if possible, to finish in that Europa League place"
Harry Redknapp: "I am disappointed. I thought the first half was going okay, there was nothing in it. There was a wicked deflection for the goal but I felt we came in 1-0 down feeling sorry for ourselves and then we started the second half sloppy. nce we went 1-0 down we seemed to lose a bit of belief. We were indisciplined - kicking the ball away and getting two bookings. But you have to keep going. What else can you do? You can't give up and you have to keep believing but it is getting more and more difficult, obviously. It is hard but what can I say? I can't say we are down. If it happens, it happens."
Arsene Wenger: "We left it late, and it was of course unexpected to be 1-0 down at that stage of the game because we were on top and missed chances. Norwich we knew were strong on set pieces and they punished us for that. We needed spirit and also nerves, we have shown both and in the end got the win we deserved. But credit to Norwich, they have played very well and if they play like that, then they will not go down. They defended well and gave us problems. We missed chances and from then on it was important to show absolute resilience and we did it."
Chris Hughton (on penalty that say Arsenal level 1-1): "My first thought is that it was not a corner in the first place but what I am more aggrieved about is there is contact with Kei, but he swivels and plays the ball. You have a linesman who makes a decision from 40 or 50 yards away and the referee who is eight yards away and has the perfect view. Their third goal was also offside. I have had a private conversation with the referee but I am still not convinced."
Nigel Adkins: "All the headlines will be about Alex McCarthy. He's put in a fantastic display even though he's been out for a while. We have some exceptional keepers here at Reading and a really good goalkeeping coach. I'm really pleased with the players, their attitude and application. We've kept a clean sheet and it's fair to say Alex has pulled off some world-class saves. Alex will receive the headlines but I'm pleased with all the players."
Brendan Rodgers: "Our players couldn't have done any more. Some of our interchanging and creativity was outstanding. Sometimes you have days where the keeper makes one or two good saves, but we had 14 shots on target away from home. I know Alex well. He's genuinely going to be a top, top keeper and to perform like that having been out for so long was absolutely staggering."
Mauricio Pochettino: "We had a feeling we could win the game, but were not able to. We put in a big effort to get the three points and conceded very quickly after we scored. It was hard to play on a pitch that was so wet against an opponent that are physically very strong, so overall I think we did a very good job against them. I congratulate my players because they did quite well in conditions that actually favoured the rivals' style of play. Even though the conditions favoured them, we actually played well. I think we played the game as we wanted and should have. We imposed our brand of football."
Sam Allardyce: "I am happy with a point in the end. I thought we were more than comfortable. Our away goals have been our big problem all season and I think the chances we created today, it looked like we wouldn't score again. We had some really good chances that we didn't convert and then they went 1-0 up through a pretty lucky goal. But it was a really good comeback, Andy has got another goal for us so in the end a point is very satisfying when you have gone a goal down and haven't scored as many away from home as we have."
Paul Lambert: "We played really well. I have got nothing but praise for the performance. We played really well and got a draw. That point could be massive. We're pulling teams right into it. I'm not too disappointed at all with the performance. Is it a point gained? Yes, absolutely. It was not long ago Fulham went to White Hart Lane and turned over Tottenham, a right top side. They don't get credit they deserve. They have got some terrific players. But some of the chances we created were excellent. I am sitting here and the point could be huge for us."
Martin Jol: "They're doing well, they can put you under pressure so it was good for us to see Gabriel Agbonlahor was not playing because he has real pace and penetration. They were hot and cold and then we had a spell in the second half where Villa deserved a goal and they got it. We had to change things and luckily enough we scored an equaliser and got to 40 points, because that was our target. If you look at the other teams, such as Villa, they would like to swap with us. Since January 1 we've had three defeats and seven or eight wins and draws, so we've done ever so well. I'm a happy customer. We've got 40 points, the results were okay for us today and that's fantastic."