David Moyo feels he has readjusted to full-time football as he looks to kick-start his career at Hamilton.
Birmingham’s injury worries have eased up as they prepare to host Preston in a bid to maintain their unbeaten home record.
Aston Villa boss Dean Smith is ready to pit master against apprentice at Arsenal on Sunday.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson has challenged his players to make it four wins in a row to storm up to second place.
Niall McGinn spoke of a “great week” of football ahead for Aberdeen as they prepare for the first of three consecutive away fixtures.
Manuel Pellegrini wants his West Ham side to show they can play “exactly the same way” as Manchester United when the teams meet at the London Stadium on Sunday.
Paul Heckingbottom revealed he has been placing more responsibility on his Hibernian players in training ahead of Sunday’s Edinburgh derby clash with Hearts.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon praised the character of Kilmarnock counterpart Angelo Alessio ahead of their Ladbrokes Premiership clash on Sunday.
Manchester City were forced to confront defensive frailties after defeat at Norwich, while Liverpool are coming to terms with continued away day woes.
Diogo Dalot is relishing the challenge of competing with Aaron Wan-Bissaka for a starting berth after the Manchester United right-back returned from injury.
Boss Nuno Espirito Santo has vowed to never abandon his Wolves players in their time of need.
Sheffield United defender Phil Jagielka has not been surprised by the club’s encouraging start in the Premier League this season.
Bukayo Saka has hailed the influence of Freddie Ljungberg after the teenager hit his first senior Arsenal goal in Thursday’s Europa League win at Eintracht Frankfurt.
Paul McGinn believes a player in the mould of manager Jim Goodwin is what St Mirren are missing right now.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits they have to improve the defensive side of their game but says a lack of clean sheets is not down to a more attacking approach.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers insists the defeat at Manchester United shows his team must improve if they are to finish in the top six in the Premier League.
Brighton manager Graham Potter knows his team must be flexible as they look to shackle the “different option” of fit-again Newcastle striker Andy Carroll.
Bradford boss Gary Bowyer could make changes for the meeting with Carlisle in the wake of his side’s tight midweek defeat at Cheltenham.
Gary Holt wants Livingston to maintain their high standards against Aberdeen after the disappointment of losing to Rangers.
Marcus Rashford is excited for the future thanks to talents like Mason Greenwood and the kind of togetherness lacking at Manchester United two years ago.