LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Harry Redknapp today denied Queens Park Rangers' players lack effort and said the reason they have gone down is that they are simply not good enough for the Premier League.
Julio Cesar has almost certainly played his last game for QPR.
West Ham assistant manager Neil McDonald felt Kevin Nolan and Andy Carroll proved there were no split loyalties after a goalless draw against their former side Newcastle.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Sir Alex Ferguson admitted his Manchester United side had taken their foot off the pedal during Sunday's 1-0 home defeat by Chelsea.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits he faces a tough task trying to fill the boots of Jamie Carragher after the defender played in his 30th and final Merseyside Derby match.
Jamie Carragher admits he will look back on his Merseyside derby record with great pride after insisting a share of the spoils was the "fair result" at Anfield.
Tim Howard insists Everton will not allow their season to fizzle out - despite the disappointment of a disallowed derby goal which likely ended their lingering hopes of Europe.
Yohan Cabaye insists Newcastle's players are united in their efforts to save the club from the dreaded drop.
Moussa Sissoko remains a doubt for Newcastle United's vital Premier League relegation clash at QPR.
Paolo Di Canio insists his players will not be intimidated by Stoke City tonight as the Black Cats look to take a major step towards Premier League survival.
Sunderland will need their '12th man' at the Stadium of Light tonight to have their best chance of winning an absolutely crucial game, says Carlos Cuellar.
Tony Mowbray admits Boro's hopes of winning promotion next season hinge on this summer's squad rebuild.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Ashley Williams believes Swansea City have recovered from their recent slump after Michael Laudrup's side drew with star-studded Manchester City.
Swansea City look set to be without Michu for the rest of the season after the Spanish frontman picked up a hamstring injury in Saturday's stalemate with Manchester City.
EXPRESS & STAR
Steve Clarke today admitted Peter Odemwingie's fall-out with Albion's fans will have a bearing on his future after the striker's latest bust-up with The Hawthorns crowd.
Gabby Agbonlahor today hinted England stars are not picked on merit - and insisted he will put club before country.
Wolves legend Bert Williams today condemned the club's relegation as "horrendous" and laid the blame with their over-paid players.
Disgraced Jamie O'Hara could yet win a Wolves reprieve despite his spat with fans at Brighton.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Brian McDermott wants as many as seven new signings in place before the start of next season after Leeds United ended a hard campaign with a morale-lifting win at Watford.
THE PINK UN
Norwich City have confirmed that striker Kei Kamara's loan spell has ended and he will now return to Sporting Kansas City.
THE DAILY ECHO
Nathaniel Clyne admitted Gareth Bale's late wonder goal was a "heartbreaker" - but insisted the Saints players have total belief they will stay up.
Tony Pulis insists he hasn't put a price on Asmir Begovic's head because he hasn't given it any thought.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Roberto Martinez admits Latics are battling outside forces as well as the odds after the win at West Brom gave them a relegation lifeline.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Dougie Freedman pledged to make changes at Wanderers this summer after suffering play-off heartbreak in the final minute of the season.
Zat Knight blamed "over confidence" for Wanderers' failure to beat Blackpool and book their place in the play-offs.
Danny Murphy says he wants to continue playing for as long as Ryan Giggs and Paul Scholes - and would have to consider his future if he is not part of Blackburn Rovers' plans next season.
Steve Howard believes that he has proved he can still be a force in the Championship - as he looks forward to possibly staying at Hillsborough.
Chris Porter, the Sheffield United centre-forward, has credited Chris Morgan with helping him rediscover his best form.
Rangers fans today urged Ibrox chiefs to reject any offer to join a breakaway SPL 2.