LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Harry Redknapp insists he has not made any plans for the Championship because he is confident he will keep Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League.
Jimmy Bullard was part of the Fulham side that miraculously escaped relegation in 2008 but the former midfielder does not think Queens Park Rangers have what it takes to beat the drop.
John Terry insists he has always found Paolo di Canio to be a "nice guy" and believes the under-fire Italian is just the man Sunderland need to stay in the Premier League.
Arsenal assistant manager Steve Bould believes Abou Diaby's latest injury setback could give the midfielder the chance to finally cure the fitness problems that threaten to wreck his career.
Brede Hangeland hopes to stay at Fulham for the rest of his career.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp reckons the club would be in a different place had they managed to sign Michael Dawson.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Manchester United have been looking at ways of turning up the volume at the Theatre of Dreams after complaints from supporters.
Manchester City will be without Maicon and Micah Richards as they prepare to return to the scene of last season's historic 6-1 derby victory.
Fabio Borini has no intention of quitting Liverpool this summer according to the player's agent.
Steven Taylor believes Newcastle United can still reach the semi-final stage of the Europa League, despite defeat in Lisbon.
Alan Pardew has warned Benfica manager Jorge Jesus to beware of the wounded Magpies at St James' Park in next week's Europa League second leg.
Paolo Di Canio has promised Sunderland fans attacking football as he bids to steer the club clear of the Premier League relegation zone.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Michael Laudrup has spelled out his admiration for Dwight Tiendalli - but has not guaranteed the defender a future at Swansea City.
Michael Laudrup has told his Swansea City players they must handle a Norwich City onslaught if they are to end their dip in form at Carrow Road tomorrow.
Steve Clarke accepts West Bromwich Albion might need to spend more this summer to keep making progress.
Villa boss Paul Lambert has challenged Villa to 'Rule Britannia' for the first time in Saturday's survival scrap at Stoke by frustrating the partisan Potters crowd.
Birmingham City have been hit by another injury blow to Keith Fahey. The midfielder will miss the remainder of the season, Blues manager Lee Clark has confirmed.
EXPRESS & STAR
West Brom have opened contract talks with midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu as boss Steve Clarke attempts to tie down a trio of stars before the summer.
Wolves are set to offer Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Stephen Hunt new contracts - but Christophe Berra will leave this summer.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Michael Brown looks set to remain at Leeds United for a third season after securing an extension to his contract.
THE PINK UN
Skipper Grant Holt is as keen as ever to do well for Norwich City, manager Chris Hughton insists.
Stoke boss Tony Pulis has laughed off talk of a rift emerging with chief scout Lindsay Parsons over the club's playing style.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Roberto Martinez is banking on the lure of Wembley places getting the best out of his players this weekend.
Football League rules mean Blackburn Rovers will not be able to bring in a goalkeeper to cover for injured duo Jake Kean and Paul Robinson, but Gary Bowyer insists Greg Sandomierski has more than enough experience to deal with his shock promotion to number one.
Danny Wilson has insisted that leading Sheffield United to promotion would be his greatest managerial achievement after mounting a spirited defence of the South Yorkshire club's players.
Neil Lennon today urged the SFA to apply the letter of the law to ALL players and officials if he is handed a touchline ban for the alleged use of foul and abusive language.
Some of the Celtic players who have not been used much in the first team this season will be moved on in the summer.
Gary Locke hopes he will be able to sign several players over the close season despite the financial uncertainty surrounding Hearts.