James Wilson says he is determined to make the most of the opportunity afforded to him by the exits of Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted concerns over Kieran Gibbs' fitness, with the left-back a doubt for Saturday's clash with Burnley.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp has leapt to the defence of Rio Ferdinand after he was brought to book for a sexist remark made on Twitter.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has hailed the impact of Fabio Borini and Lucas in the absence of first-team stars in midweek.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is sweating over the fitness of striker Diafra Sakho, who is a doubt for the trip to Stoke with a shoulder injury.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez has heaped praise on Samuel Eto'o, describing the striker as a 'gift from the footballing gods'.
Newcastle United midfielder Ryan Taylor has labelled his return to action after more than two years on the sidelines a "fairytale".
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge says he is relishing the chance to forge a strike partnership with Mario Balotelli once he returns to fitness.
Manchester City may have to do without playmaker David Silva for Sunday's derby clash with Manchester United due to a knee injury.
Swansea manager Garry Monk will not face any further action from the Football Association for comments in which he called Victor Moses "a cheat".
QPR defender Rio Ferdinand has been given a three-match ban and fined £25,000 by the Football Association for comments he made on Twitter.
Alan Pardew knows Newcastle will have to keep doing it "the hard way" in the Capital One Cup after being drawn against Tottenham.
Manuel Pellegrini admits City's current poor form is cause for concern after they crashed to a 2-0 defeat against Newcastle on Wednesday.
Leicester stalwart Andy King has received the perfect birthday present after being awarded with a new long-term contract by the club.
- Swans appeal Fernandez red
- Deila keen to keep Guidetti
- Poyet hints at 'keeper change
- Cabella: No benching qualms
- Isla denies QPR exit talk
- Song eyes Premier League stay
- Irvine: Not enough played well
- Lovren: Balotelli strike a relief
- Pochettino: WHL pitch too tight
- Mourinho expected tough test
- Pellegrini backing for Mangala
- Pascoe praise for Balotelli
- Mourinho wary of cup upset
- Pochettino: Kane won't leave
- Eriksen: We need time to click
- Shaw: United in the title race
- Bertrand open to permanent move
- Kolarov lights derby fuse
- Pirlo: Mario needs to be loved
- Markovic backed to prove worth
- Redknapp lauds QPR showing
- Lambert bemoans QPR defeat
- Suarez not on Ballon d'Or list
- Rooney a derby doubt
- QPR 2-0 Aston Villa