LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Sam Allardyce says West Ham can secure their Premier League status with a win at Southampton on Saturday.
Michael Dawson is grateful to manager Andre Villas-Boas for giving him the opportunity to prove his worth at Tottenham.
Victor Moses insists Chelsea's sole focus is tonight's Europa League quarter-final second leg with Rubin Kazan and that Sunday's Wembley meeting with Manchester City is not on his mind.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Former United captain Bryan Robson fears veteran midfielder Paul Scholes may be forced to retire at the end of the season.
Former City manager Kevin Keegan has branded the question marks over Roberto Mancini's future at the Etihad Stadium as 'ridiculous'.
Brendan Rodgers believes missing out on Europe could prove to be a "blessing" as Liverpool target Champions League qualification next season.
insists Kevin Mirallas must toughen up and push his body through the pain barrier for Everton's cause.
Hatem Ben Arfa ready to answer Newcastle United call to help them overcome the odds against Benfica.
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew believes Sunderland are slight favourites for the Tyne-Wear Derby.
Alan Pardew believes anyone leaving St James' Park tonight could miss something very special.
Paolo Di Canio says Sunderland fans cheering him at Stamford Bridge on Sunday was one of the best moments of his whole football career.
Carlos Cuellar and Danny Graham are both back from injury and ready to face Newcastle United at St James's Park on Sunday.
George Friend has been ruled out for a further three weeks.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Michael Laudrup has admitted he is delighted to see Swansea City linked with players of the calibre of Jose Canas and Romelu Lukaku. But the Swansea manager is keeping quiet, for now, about who he wants to sign this summer.
Michael Laudrup admits Swansea City are facing a transfer market headache this summer because all the bargains are abroad.
Paul Lambert is excited at the potential of Aston Villa rookie Jordan Bowery.
Paul Caddis tips Blues for a big campaign next season, and he wants to be a part of it.
EXPRESS & STAR
Jonas Olsson insists West Brom are being pushed as hard as ever in a bid to end their Premier League campaign as record-breakers.
Youssouf Mulumbu is determined to make amends to his team-mates and the West Brom fans for his West Ham red card after the frustration of watching from the sidelines.
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert today urged his Villa stars to play through the pain in their bid to escape the Premier League trapdoor.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Brian McDermott appeared to be on the verge of becoming Leeds United's new manager today.
THE PINK UN
Norwich City defender Michael Turner insists the Canaries will be going to the Emirates for victory when the two sides meet on Saturday.
Jobi McAnuff says that the performances of Reading players in the last six games of the season will determine whether they remain at the club.
Tony Pulis is brushing aside speculation over his future by chasing up a handful of possible signings for next season - including Denmark international Andreas Cornelius. Pulis watched the 20 year-old striker in domestic action in Denmark last Sunday
Stoke City chairman Peter Coates is urging Potters fans to turn the clock back to revive the "Bearpit Britannia" Stadium of the club's debut season in the Premier League.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Roberto Martinez has told his side to relax and enjoy all the hullaballoo of Wembley week.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Marcos Alonso has urged Wanderers to look no further than this weekend's clash with struggling Bristol City if they want to remain in the play-off hunt.
Blackburn Rovers operations director Paul Agnew has insisted that he has 'no agenda' and has called for all boardroom controversy to be put to one side to allow the club to focus on survival in the Championship.
Chris Morgan will be offered the chance to take charge of Sheffield United on a permanent basis if his first five matches at the helm prove a success.
Celtic are confident midfield enforcer Victor Wanyama will be free to make his second appearance of the week at Hampden on Sunday.
Ally McCoist last night urged Charles Green to open the Ibrox chequebook to let him sign battle-hardened players - so his Colts can flourish next season.
Rangers chief executive Charles Green will be asked to explain his comments and behaviour at a meeting of the Ibrox club's board of directors after whipping up a storm across the football landscape.
Scotland boss Gordon Strachan believes the Old Firm clubs will be part of a European super league in 10 years' time.
Partick Thistle defender Aaron Muirhead has been suspended for an extra two games by the Scottish Football Association for headbutting Queen of the South's Chris Higgins in Sunday's Ramsdens Cup final.
Police have carried out a series of raids of properties in Scotland and England relating to Craig Whyte's purchase of Rangers from Sir David Murray.
Rangers chief executive Charles Green apologised "unreservedly" last night for making alleged racist remarks about a former Ibrox director.