Video: Premier League reaction

  • Last Updated: December 26 2013, 22:08 GMT

Check out all the manager reaction from Boxing Day's Premier League action, including Arsene Wenger on Arsenal's away win.

Video: Premier League reaction

Arsene Wenger was delighted with the character shown by his Arsenal side after they came from a goal down to beat West Ham 3-1 and return to the top of the table, while opposite number Sam Allardyce has his say on the match in the same video.

Liverpool missed the chance to replace the Gunners at the top after they lost 2-1 at title favourites Manchester City - check out what Reds boss Brendan Rodgers and counterpart Manuel Pellegrini had to say.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho admits he felt under pressure as Chelsea could not kill the game off against Swansea at Stamford Bridge. The 1-0 win left Swans boss Michael Laudrup suggesting he may have to add new faces to his injury-hit squad when the transfer window opens.

Alan Pardew says his Newcastle side were very clinical in their 5-1 victory over Stoke - but Mark Hughes was left furious by the performance of referee Martin Atkinson, who twice brandished his red card.

Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettin admits his side regained their defensive confidence in the 3-0 win over Cardiff - a result that piled even more pressure on Malky Mackay, who admits his future is still uncertain.

David Moyes was delighted and relieved after Manchester United came from 2-0 down to beat Hull 3-2, with Steve Bruce left bemoaning missed chances from the home side.

Aston Villa suffered a 1-0 home defeat to Crystal Palace and Paul Lambert says his players cannot afford to wilt in their battle against relegation. Palace manager Tony Pulis feels the hard work his players are putting in is paying off.

Chris Hughton's Norwich were also beaten in front of their own fans but the manager says the game against Fulham was one his side should have won - Rene Meulensteen takes a contrasting view.

Tottenham's new head coach Tim Sherwood admits his team lacked a bit of creativity around the box in the frustrating 1-1 draw against West Brom - Keith Downing was just pleased to leave White Hart Lane with a point.

Gus Poyet is looking ahead to 2014 with renewed optimism after Sunderland secured a 1-0 win over Everton, while Roberto Martinez had no complaints about the red card shown to goalkeeper Tim Howard.

We have plenty more reaction from a host of players and pundits so check out our football video page, which is regularly updated, right now.

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