LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Christian Eriksen admits he has found his first season in English football tough despite some encouraging displays for Tottenham.
Brazilians Oscar and Willian believe they have hit peak form at just the right time.
Arsenal are facing a mounting injury crisis ahead of Saturday's FA Cup semi-final against Wigan with as many as 11 players potentially unavailable.
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Darren Fletcher says United are not far off challenging for the Premier League title.
Chris Smalling welcomes the scrap to become United's central defensive bedrock for the future.
Pablo Zabaleta is ready for the expected Anfield storm as City go seeking a Premier League title advantage.
Luis Suarez doesn't want to share the Player of the Month award. Indeed, the Uruguayan believes Steven Gerrard deserves the award that they won together this morning for their impressive performances in a perfect month of March for the Reds.
Everton cannot afford to underestimate a Sunderland side capable of representing the toughest task of their run-in, warns Roberto Martinez.
Alan Shearer believes Newcastle United could be in deep trouble if they fail to replace Loic Remy next season.
West Ham, Fulham and Aston Villa are all interested in Sunderland midfielder Jack Colback, who sees his future lying away from Wearside.
Gus Poyet says he will not be deflected by the growing criticism which has come his way in the wake of Sunderland's controversial FA Cup quarter-final exit at Hull City.
Paul Lambert has revealed Charles N'Zogbia is training with Aston Villa's kids - but insists he is not a member of his notorious 'Bomb Squad' of unwanted players.
EXPRESS & STAR
Pepe Mel will hold a crucial meeting to decide his Albion future once the club's Premier League fate is decided.
Stoke City star Marko Arnautovic is keen to stay aboard the Mark Hughes revolution for years to come.
Crystal Palace sporting director Iain Moody has strenuously denied accusations he actively encouraged Cardiff staff to leak team information.
THE PINK UN
Neil Adams is warning the doubters to write Norwich City off at your peril in the battle for Premier League survival.
Neil Adams would have no issue placing his trust in Wes Hoolahan to help fire Norwich City to Premier League safety over the run-in.
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Mauricio Pochettino said he remains calm in the face of increased speculation linking him with the manager's job at Tottenham.
Morgan Schneiderlin insists Saints can keep hold of their best players this summer - as long as the new board continue to drive the club forward.
Mauricio Pochettino has backed Jay Rodriguez to bounce back from injury as a stronger player.
Stuart Pearce has already begun drawing up his blueprint for success at Nottingham Forest next season.
Leicester City must get their recruitment right this summer for their first season back in the Premier League, boss Nigel Pearson has said.
Leicester City must quickly realise the season is not over, striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher has warned.
Blackburn Rovers face a decision over what to do with DJ Campbell after the striker was sent back early from his loan spell at Championship rivals Millwall.
Gary MacKenzie admits a letter from fans has "got under the skin" of Blackpool's players and has inspired them to lead the club to safety.
Kenneth Omeruo could return to Boro next season, Aitor Karanka has revealed.
Danny Guthrie could miss the remainder of Reading's season.
Albion loan star Jesse Lingard has targeted an extended season - and a boost to his Manchester United and England career.
Celtic are sizing up a summer bid to bring Robert Snodgrass to Parkhead.
Beram Kayal has taken his first steps towards a future with Celtic after his performance against Dundee United at the weekend.
Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara is set to appeal a five-match touchline ban, allowing him to take his place in the technical area at Ibrox tomorrow for his team's William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final against Rangers.