LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsene Wenger has warned against expecting too much too soon of Theo Walcott – but would have no issues if the fit-again forward joined up with England for the November internationals.
Calum Chambers admits he cannot believe how well his Arsenal career has started.
Gary Cahill insists all Chelsea’s players would rather win trophies than make history by matching Arsenal’s ‘Invincibles’.
Jose Mourinho has continued his scathing attack on Chelsea’s supporters – but refused to endorse Roy Keane’s ‘prawn sandwich’ critique.
Harry Kane is copying Gareth Bale in an attempt to convince Mauricio Pochettino he is Tottenham’s top striker.
Harry Redknapp admits his Queens Park Rangers side will need “guts and luck” to survive in the Premier League this season.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
United defender Marcos Rojo insists his shoulder injury is “not serious”.
Michael Carrick insists that the Reds are not down and out despite their fourth straight derby defeat.
Pablo Zabaleta believes Angel di Maria was “quiet” during City’s Manchester derby victory over United.
Sergio Aguero has his eyes firmly fixed ahead after his derby winner for Manchester City.
Brendan Rodgers says it is “easy” to see why Liverpool have made such a stuttering start to the season – a lack of goals.
Roberto Martinez admitted he was surprised by Swansea City’s approach during their goalless draw at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Newcastle United have no interest in former Real Madrid man Lassana Diarra.
Alan Pardew has insisted that he will keep his feet firmly on the ground – despite a hot streak of four wins in a row.
Alan Pardew has admitted there is still room for improvement for Ayoze Perez – but feels his ability to be in the right place at the right time is a real bonus for Newcastle United.
Sunderland made a transfer blunder in allowing Fraizer Campbell to leave the Stadium of Light, believes former team-mate Adam Johnson.
Gus Poyet believes Sunderland have to start from the back to stop the rot at Crystal Palace tonight.
Steven Fletcher says Sunderland’s new boys will face an eye-opener in the old-school surroundings of Selhurst Park.
Paul Lambert admitted referee Neil Swarbrick was right to dismiss Christian Benteke – but insisted Tottenham’s Jan Vertonghen also should have walked.
EXPRESS & STAR
West Brom striker Saido Berahino believes he is ready for England.
Mark Hughes is back on the warpath with referees after being left seething by a controversial turning point during Saturday’s 2-2 draw with West Ham.
THE DAILY ECHO
Ronald Koeman says his Saints side are relishing the high expectations their flying start to the season has brought, and believes they have a chance of playing European football next year.
Defiant defender Michael Duff has warned ‘we have to do better’ – Burnley’s winless start to the Premier League stretched to a 10th game at Arsenal.
Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson believes his side were “slightly unlucky” to come away with nothing from their Premier League clash with West Brom.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Garry Monk has hit back at Roberto Martinez after his swipe at Swansea City, claiming the Everton boss should take a look closer to home.
Rob Green insisted the best away support he has ever experienced at Stamford Bridge was on Saturday.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Massimo Cellino has denied claims that he is ready to sell his majority stake in Leeds United amid growing expectation of a takeover bid by Formula One giants Red Bull.
Cardiff City striker Kenwyne Jones flew back to Trinidad after his two young cousins were shot dead in a shocking attack that also left his uncle fighting for his life.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton could be forced to find a temporary fix at full-back after defensive problems started to pile up for Neil Lennon.
Wanderers chairman Phil Gartside has flown to Thailand to discuss a possible takeover of the club.
Lee Clark says rebuilding Blackpool’s self-belief is one of his top priorities at Bloomfield Road.
Jay McEveley has urged Paddy McCarthy to stay with Sheffield United after his loan from Crystal Palace expired.
Anthony Stokes and Ronny Deila have united to insist all thoughts of meeting Rangers in the League Cup semi-final must now be shelved.
Former Newcastle managing director Derek Llambias has been appointed to the Rangers board as a non-executive director, the club have announced to the Stock Exchange.