Brendan Rodgers: "We have got 35 games to go so we won't be getting carried away. The team has a lot to improve. We have got a lot of work to do ahead of us. The initial challenge is to get in the top four. I am delighted with (Daniel Sturridge's) application. He was nowhere near fit. Even at 70 per cent he will be as good if not better than most Premier League strikers but you have to have that will and desire to put yourself out there. He can always be a threat."
David Moyes: "We played very well. If you look at the games against Swansea, Chelsea and today, we have played well. We scored all our goals in the first game, but played well, and limited teams to very few opportunities. Wayne (Rooney) would have made a difference. We maybe lacked something different at times."
Arsene Wenger: "We showed aspects in our game that people are not used to seeing from us; that means commitment, desire, defending, Overall their goalkeeper was their best player so that shows that we had the chances to win really comfortably."
Andre Villas-Boas: "It was always a competitive game with chances to both teams, but I think the game really changed in the second half. I think for Arsenal to finish with four full-backs means something to us, to our domination that we kept on trying to get the equaliser and obviously drawing was never going to be enough we wanted to win here. But I think they had that clinical ability in front of goal to score and then to take the result through so in the end it's a good win for them."