Premier League - Managers: Rodgers loves Liverpool 'arrogance'

Managerial reaction from Sunday's Premier League matches, with Brendan Rodgers cooing at Liverpool's 'arrogance'.

Tottenham Hotspur 0-5 Liverpool

Brendan Rodgers: "It's probably the most complete performance to come here and get a victory like that. We worked like animals without the ball and when we got it our use of it was outstanding. I loved our arrogance today. Look at our midfield three (Lucas Leiva, Joe Allen and Jordan Henderson), the energy, quality and pressing."

Andre Villas-Boas: "This is a top-four squad but in our Premier League form we are not there. It's not the points tally that's the problem, it's the expression of the results. It's the second expressive scoreline that we've suffered in the season, and we admit that in the Premier League things aren't going in any shape or form the way we want. All of us had high expectations for this season, we still have them. Again I repeat that we are not far off, but the distance is increasing for those Champions League spots. And because of the expressive result it makes it even more difficult for us to bounce back."

Aston Villa 0-3 Manchester United

Paul Lambert (on claims Adnan Januzaj was targeted): "My team are not a physical team. We are a young side and maybe sometimes over exuberance gets the better of them but I have never sent anyone out to kick them."

David Moyes: "If anybody returns from an illness to play professional football on this kind of stage for a club like Manchester United, it shows a lot about the boy himself (Darren Fletcher). He has had to be on his own, he has been in and out of hospital, he has had operations. This was a big message to a lot of people - keep believing. If you are not well then keep believing that you can get yourself right."

Norwich City 1-1 Swansea City

Chris Hughton: "It was a fantastic and very special goal. Gary Hooper is a finisher, technically a good striker of the ball so always gives himself a chance. It was set-up very nicely for him by Johan Elmander, but you still have to produce that. We conceded a poor goal and needed to get back into the game, we needed someone to produce something and thankfully Gary did."

Michael Laudrup: "I think the game changed in two ways with the injury. Things like this are part of football, even though we don't know how bad it is yet, but everybody could see it was not good when you get carried out like that. We are all human, the team had 10 minutes where they suffered a bit and tactically we also lost our main threat with the runs from the second line, like when he had scored the goal."