Fernando Torres has promised Chelsea "a magic season" now he is the club's first choice striker, following the summer exit of Didier Drogba. (Daily Mirror)
The Spaniard has started the new campaign in style, building a strong understanding with Juan Mata and Eden Hazard at Stamford Bridge.
Arsene Wenger believes Jack Wilshere should be fit to start games for Arsenal again next month, despite spending more than a year on the sidelines through injury. (The Independent)
Meanwhile, Lukas Podolski thinks the Gunners can be title challengers this season, if they show the same style that helped them win at Liverpool on Sunday. (Daily Mirror)
Daniel Agger admits he's worried by the Reds' lack of goals - after Brendan Rodgers' side netted just twice in their opening three league games. (Daily Mirror)
And finally, Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has a dilemma over who his number one keeper is, after giving Anders Lindegaard the nod over David De Gea for Sunday's win at Southampton. (Daily Express)