LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Wesley Sneijder has played down talk of a move to Manchester United in January but refused to close the door on a future transfer.
A football fan was being questioned by police today after Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and players were targeted with a laser pen during a Champions League game at Stamford Bridge.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke has insisted he doesn't know whether he's being chased by Manchester United.
Former Man City winger Steve McManaman has backed Sergio Aguero and Alvaro Negredo to fire Manuel Pellegrini's side to victory against Arsenal.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez reckons James McCarthy and Gareth Barry are the best midfield pairing in the league.
Alan Pardew insists Newcastle United are good enough to beat Southampton without the influential midfielder Yohan Cabaye.
Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher admits confidence is the key to him ending an eight-game goal drought.
Sporting Lisbon winger Diego Capel is being eyed by Newcastle United as a possible replacement for Jonas Gutierrez.
Sunderland have been scouting Hartlepool United defender Jack Baldwin.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert urges Nicklas Helenius to stay focused and take his next chance.
Scott Sinclair claims he is ready to make up for lost time as he prepares for his WBA return from a hamstring injury - possibly in Saturday's game against Cardiff.
EXPRESS & STAR
West Brom and England keeper Ben Foster expects to be ready to challenge for a Premier League return within a fortnight.
Marc Wilson says playing alongside skipper Ryan Shawcross has made it easy to fill in for Robert Huth at Stoke.
SOUTH LONDON PRESS
New boss Tony Pulis believes that Crystal Palace's players can use Gerry Francis as a sounding board.
THE PINK UN
Michael Turner is confident Norwich have gone some way to proving they are a better side than their critics believe.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Campaigners have labelled Hull City's decision to make a formal application to change the name of the club to Hull Tigers as bad-timing and a broken promise.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Sam Byram says he is craving an extended run in Leeds United's starting line-up after coming out the other side of a six-month injury fight.
Steve McClaren believes the players are producing the kind of football that will attract Derby County supporters back to the iPro Stadium.
Andy Reid believes Nottingham Forest's season will really "kick on" after the festive period, once they get close to a fully fit squad.
Leicester City may look to bring in striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake after Chris Wood picked up a hamstring injury which will keep him out of action for at least a month.
It remains unclear whether DJ Campbell will be in attendance when the Blackburn Rovers players return to training on Thursday.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Frank McParland, the former Bolton general manager, has landed a new role with Brentford.
Blackpool boss Paul Ince has hit back at his critics in the national media, claiming some have waited a long time for an opportunity to give him some stick.
Jose Baxter, the Sheffield United centre-forward, has revealed he volunteered for extra training sessions in order to command a place in Nigel Clough's first-choice XI.
DONCASTER FREE PRESS
Paul Dickov insists he has unfinished business at Doncaster and has no desire to leave the club after being heavily linked with a switch to Sheffield Wednesday.
Ashley Barnes has revealed he would love to welcome back Albion's outgoing loan star Craig Conway.