Kenny Dalglish knows Liverpool may find it difficult to win the title this season but believes the squad is "a lot stronger" than last season.
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini believes Carlos Tevez will remain at Eastlands, as no clubs are likely to sign the wantaway striker before the end of the transfer window.
Ghana defender Samuel Inkoom says he is hopeful he can complete a move to Chelsea.
Manchester City forward Carlos Tevez has performed a complete u-turn since going on strike earlier this season and now claims he wants to stay at Eastlands.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed that midfielder Mikel Arteta will play no further part in Arsenal's season.
Arsene Wenger feels the next three weeks will determine whether Jack Wilshere can play again for Arsenal this season - and also for England at the European Championships.
Nigel de Jong believes Manchester City's season will be deemed a failure if they finish the 2011-12 campaign trophyless.
Everton manager David Moyes has revealed he is to discuss the club's plans for the future at the end of the season before deciding whether to extend his stay at the club.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is challenging his players to launch a late-season charge with a derby victory over bitter rivals Sunderland.
Thierry Henry has challenged his old Arsenal team-mates to kick-start their season with victory over arch-rivals Tottenham at Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
Manchester City duo Abdul Razak and Gai Assulin have joined Championship side Brighton and Hove Albion on loan.
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick believes revenge for the 8-2 humiliation earlier in the season could be Arsenal's prime motivation when the two teams meet in the Premier League on Sunday.
Manchester United have confirmed Nemanja Vidic has undergone successful surgery and will be back for the 2012-13 season.
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that captian Nemanja Vidic will be sidelined for the season with a knee injury.
Alan Pardew has admitted even he is surprised at how well his Newcastle side has started the new season.
Sir Alex Ferguson says he is excited by the prospect of Manchester United's most important game of the season to date, a real "six-pointer" in the derby against City.