LONDON EVENING STANDARD
John Obi Mikel is desperately missing Champions League football and is determined Chelsea are not in the Europa League again next season.
Clint Dempsey admitted Tottenham are starting to feel the pressure as they try to avoid a second season of Champions League heartache.
Bacary Sagna claims Arsenal's victory at West Brom could be "massive" in their pursuit of a top-four finish.
Jermaine Jenas has vowed to stay at Queens Park Rangers if they are relegated.
James Collins is targeting a top-half Premier League finish following West Ham's goalless draw at Liverpool.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Gary Neville reckons that players who are NOT from Manchester hold the advantage on derby day.
The ongoing war between City chief executive Ferran Soriano and Barcelona's top brass has taken another twist.
David Moyes compared Kevin Mirallas's impact in Everton's 2-2 draw with Tottenham with that of Gareth Bale after the Belgian scored to help his side to a hard-fought point.
Victor Anichebe believes Everton's defiant draw with Spurs was a statement that they can go the distance in the race for a Champions League place.
Brendan Rodgers has revealed his frustrations after Liverpool were held to a goalless draw at home to West Ham United.
Alan Pardew feels Newcastle United's last-gasp win over Fulham could drain some of the belief out of their relegation rivals.
Alfred N'Diaye says Paolo Di Canio's attention to detail is seeing Sunderland take a more forensic approach to their tactical preparations.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Swansea City are closing in on the signing of Jose Canas - but the deal will not be sealed before the end of the season.
Neil Taylor will take another step towards a first-team comeback when Swansea City's Under-21s take on Brentford this afternoon (2pm).
Jonathan de Guzman believes Swansea City's 2-2 draw at Norwich proved to their doubters that they will not be easing up for the rest of the season.
EXPRESS & STAR
West Brom lynchpin Jonas Olsson has dropped another major hint that he is happy to stay at The Hawthorns.
Aston Villa defender Matthew Lowton today hailed his wonder goal but insisted it would mean nothing if the club lose their survival fight.
Wolves were today expected to confirm the loss of David Davis for the rest of the season.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Neil Redfearn admitted he was hoping for the appointment of a permanent manager at Leeds United "sooner rather than later" after the first game of his caretaker reign ended in defeat.
THE DAILY ECHO
Adam Lallana has revealed that Saints are targeting what would be only the club's fourth top-10 finish in the top flight in the last quarter of a century.
Adrian Mariappa has assured supporters that Reading's players will be giving their all in the club's final six games of the season.
Charlie Adam says Stoke's Premier League survival depends on how they handle the mounting pressure after Saturday's defeat to Aston Villa left them in the thick of a relegation battle.
WIGAN EVENING POST
Roberto Martinez acknowledged his side got out of jail at QPR yesterday after producing "the worst performance we've had this season".
THE BOLTON NEWS
Dougie Freedman has got his "fingers crossed" that Marcos Alonso will accept the offer of a new deal at Wanderers.
Rovers caretaker boss Gary Bowyer has told his players to look long and hard at the league table and use it to inspire a late survival bid - after they slipped into the relegation zone on Saturday.
Slovenian international Nejc Pecnik is on the brink of leaving Sheffield Wednesday.
Neil Lennon today shrugged aside the disappointment of not landing the SPL title on Saturday.
Ally McCoist has hit back strongly at Charles Green's claim that this is the worst Rangers team in history, questioning his employer's credentials for making that judgment, which was first stated last month and repeated in a Sunday newspaper yesterday.
St Mirren have confirmed plans to vote against league reconstruction proposals when a ballot of top-flight clubs takes place next week.