That's it for today and for this Premier League season. It's been a pleasure. Cue emotive montage...
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Andrew Wall: Burnley have shown fighting spirit in the entire Premier league season and were unlucky in that they did not survive relegation.
Richard McQuade: Bad preparation for next week's cup final for Villa as they end with a defeat against Burnley who bid farewell to the top flight.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche on the departing Danny Ings: "I just think he wants a fresh challenge and a bigger challenge, he certainly wants to be in the Premier League.
"He gets a lot of the headlines and I understand why but I wouldn't single him out against the rest of the group."
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood: "Where you finish in the league is where you deserve to finish. We have a lot of players, and we can't just keep bringing them in. The mentality needs to change, it's been a club used to losing games and it's not good."
Where will Danny Ings be playing next season? The striker had three touches inside the Aston Villa penalty area this afternoon but made one of them count. It was his 11th goal of the season.
Swansea manager Gary Monk: "It's been an incredible season, to finish where we are with a record number of points.
"Some of the quality has been the best I've seen at the club and hopefully it's a foundation to build on."
Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew: "We have a squad here who is not short of quality or character and they've shown that. It's been a great experience, I've thoroughly enjoyed it. We want to kick on now."
Bob Vincent: Palace was a great game. But it's Palace. So it's on 10th.
Ninth actually, Bob...
Match of the Day
The goal of the season vote is now closed and 35% of you have gone for Jack Wilshere's effort. Charlie Adam, the Dundonian Pele, is in second with 21% and Juan Mata third with 12%.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez: "The problem has been we couldn't enjoy any momentum in the first half of the season. I think Europe got in the way; it's not an excuse, it's a reason, but something we can learn from.
"We want to be in Europe, we want to fulfil our level in the domestic competitions."
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino: "To finish fifth is fantastic for us. It changes a lot of our plans for the summer. We go straight to the Europa League group stage and it's very important for the club to prepare with more time for next season."
AtourT: Eric Dier crosses like Beckham.
Arry Gill: What a cross, takes everyone out of the game.
Timmy Robson: Harry Kane is the real deal...... Comes to a point were you can't keep doubting him.
Men In The Middle: Looking forward to the soft focus montage of Chris Foy's best card brandishings #MOTD #ThankYouChrisFoy
Man City v Southampton was Chris Foy's last game as a Premier League referee.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman: "If we get that chance to play in Europe, I would like that. It means a lot for the club and a lot for the players.
"We had a difficult pre-season but we have always tried to play attractive, offensive football. If you finish seventh, that is our title, behind the big six."
Southampton will qualify for the Europa League if Arsenal beat Aston Villa in next Saturday's FA Cup final.
Yousaf: A Chelsea fan of 18 years. Shed a tear when Super Frank Lampard scored his final PL goal. #Legend
Harry Wallace: Lamps has always had that ability to force defenders to leave him alone. It's like a mind trick.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini on the likelihood of staying at the club: "I've never had any doubt in my mind all season.
"I know what the owners think, I speak with them all the time. They're not owners who think that, because you do not win the title, you must go out."
QPR manager Chris Ramsey: "We are in the position we are because we haven't had the quality to take chances when they come and because we've made too many errors in defence.
"Everybody here wants to look to the future and to start putting plans in place to get back to where we want to be as a club."
Lisa O'Keeffe: What's with all the snazzy pitch designs on #Motd tonight?
Geordie Tractor Boy: Leicester celebrate staying up by letting the local kids have a go at cutting the pitch.
Leicester manager Nigel Pearson: "Let's keep the celebrations in context. It's a fabulous achievement but I wouldn't want to be looking at avoiding relegation as a target to aspire to.
"I'm a big believer in setting targets which are going to stretch people but I have also got a sense of realism about them."
Looks like the Leicester groundsman has had fun this week, judging by all those jaunty stripes on the pitch.
David Burke: Chelsea's immaculate preparation won them the league. They have thrown the gauntlet and it's up to the others to keep up and compete.
Steve Limb: 99% of football fans would love their team to play boring boring football like Chelsea I'm sure.
Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat: "At least we tried to score some goals and give them a hard time. We gave cheap goals but they deserved it. The players responded excellently - to get 12 points makes me very proud. My assistant said to me we made the impossible, possible. I have a big decision to make."
Chris Carver: Who's idea was it to carry Drogba off? The worst thing I have ever seen.
James Moore: Drogba being chaired off the field.. One of the best moments of the game! Love it!
I'm with you, Chris. Straight red card offence. Four-match ban.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho: "I think we have everything. Can anybody say we don't play fantastic football? No. Well, they can, but it's not true. We have art in our game but we also have fantastic spirit, organisation and pragmatism. We are a complete team and that is why we are champions."
"And all of you people, you were unbelievable today... As always for last 11 seasons," tweets Petr Cech, perhaps hinting at a future away from Chelsea.
Bill Biss: Gone old school today - avoided all scores until MOTD. Much harder these days, even a cricket report I read alluded to the Liverpool score.
He's here all week.
Match of the Day
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West Brom manager Tony Pulis: "I think the performance against Chelsea took a lot out of the players. Maybe I should have rested a couple, because they looked jaded.
"It was a disappointment because we'd done so well. We hadn't reached the standards you need. But we were better in the second half."
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger: "We had a slow start to the season, but progressively, we got stronger, and from January onwards we got competitive.
"We have qualified directly for next season's Champions League, but we want more. We want to challenge for the Premier League. But first we want to win the FA Cup next weekend."
Rob Atkinson: I could watch Wilshere's goal over and over again!
Dan Murfin: Thought Walcott's first was good, Wilshire Smashing it! Wow.
Adam Stubbings: Late, late Goal of the Season candidate from Wilshere. Awesome strike.