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Regional Paper Talk: Sam eyes Figueroa

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce is monitoring Wigan defender Maynor Figueroa, while Marouane Fellaini is yet to decide on his Everton future.

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Maynor Figueroa: A possible target for West Ham

Maynor Figueroa: A possible target for West Ham

LONDON EVENING STANDARD

Martin Jol has dropped his biggest hint yet that Fulham captain Brede Hangeland is finally ready to sign a new contract at Craven Cottage.

"Rafa doesn't like the word 'rotation'," said a Chelsea source prior to kick-off yesterday. "He prefers the term 'squad management."

Juan Mata fears Chelsea will miss out on Champions League football next season if they continue to flop against the best teams.

Mousa Dembele believes Tottenham's success in the last two months will make life more difficult for their attacking players during the rest of the season.

West Ham midfielder Jack Collison says Gareth Bale is as good as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as the Hammers prepare to try and shackle the Tottenham winger tonight.

NEWHAM RECORDER

Sam Allardyce has admitted he is monitoring Maynor Figueroa's contract situation with a view to signing the Wigan defender in the summer.

FULHAM CHRONICLE

Bryan Ruiz has hailed Stoke match winner Dimitar Berbatov as easily one of the best strikers he has ever played with.

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

Michael Carrick described Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs as "incredible" after the 39-year-old marked his 999th senior appearance with a goal against QPR.

LIVERPOOL ECHO

Marouane Fellaini says fate will decide whether he leaves Everton for Chelsea in the summer.

Steven Naismith believes Nikica Jelavic can cope with the pressure of firing Everton back into contention for Europe.

Martin Kelly is relishing the prospect of fighting for a place in the Liverpool side when he returns to action later this season.

NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE

Alan Pardew is confident Newcastle United can end the season on a high by ensuring a top 10 finish.

Alan Pardew is confident that Yohan Cabaye and Fabricio Coloccini will both be available for Newcastle United's trip to Swansea City on Saturday.

SUNDERLAND ECHO

Stephane Sessegnon says Sunderland must find an imminent solution to their wastefulness after dropping back to the fringes of the relegation scrap.

SOUTH WALES EVENING POST

Michael Laudrup toasted his finest hour in football as Swansea City demolished Bradford City in the Capital One Cup final.

Ashley Williams revealed Swansea City's players were in dreamland after they captured the Capital One Cup.

BIRMINGHAM MAIL

Wolves manager Dean Saunders hopes to bring one more loan signing to the club in the next 24 hours.

EXPRESS & STAR

Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert today insisted his side do not have a cloud hanging over them despite the fact they plummeted into the Premier League relegation zone over the weekend.

West Brom boss Steve Clarke today insisted the Baggies must draw a line under the Peter Odemwingie saga after the striker was booed by home fans.

West Brom goal hero Romelu Lukaku today admitted he is in the dark about his future after he fired the Baggies to 40 points.

Wolves manager Dean Saunders today defended his change in formation for the 2-1 defeat against Cardiff as the club's crisis deepened.

YORKSHIRE EVENING POST

Neil Warnock insisted today that Leeds United would be poised for a strong finish to the season if they kept their promotion bid alive heading into the last 10 games.

THE DAILY ECHO

Alan Pardew spoke of his pride at seeing Rickie Lambert score his 100th goal for Saints.

READING POST

Noel Hunt has reminded the Reading fans just how important they are during the final 11 games of the season.

THE SENTINEL

Brek Shea felt he didn't do himself justice, despite winning a penalty on his Stoke City debut on Saturday.

WIGAN EVENING POST

Arouna Kone admits the Wigan Athletic players are thriving on the pressure to pull away from the bottom of the table.

LANCASHIRE TELEGRAPH

Blackburn Rovers could be without forward Colin Kazim-Richards for up to two months with an ankle injury.

EVENING TIMES

Joe Ledley is the next Celtic player in line to enter contract negotiations with the club.

James Forrest believes the return to fitness of Anthony Stokes has been like a new signing for Celtic.

Rangers were today urged to hammer the yobs who shamed the Ibrox club by singing sectarian songs - by hitting them with lifetime bans.

Ally McCoist has warned his Rangers players they need to stop gifting teams chances at set-pieces late on in matches.

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