Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is putting side before self - in order to help the club, and Sir Alex Ferguson in their quest for trophies this season. (Sky Sports)
The 24-year-old Mexican was left out of the United side that beat Liverpool 2-1 on Sunday, despite having scored three goals over the previous three games.
Carlos Tevez has revealed he is considering the offer of a contract extension from Manchester City. (Sky Sports)
The Argentine striker - who missed much of last season due to a dispute with manager Roberto Mancini - has 18 months remaining on his current deal, and claims the club want him to stay until 2016.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has cooled speculation linking Arsenal with a move for his midfielder Mohamed Diame. (Sky Sports)
Arsene Wenger is expected to reinforce his Gunners squad during the transfer window, and is believed to be considering a £3.5million bid for the Senegalese star.
Chelsea midfielder Ramires has spoken out in support of Rafa Benitez - as the interim manager braces himself for another hostile reception at Stamford Bridge tomorrow night. (Daily Mail)
The Blues return to west London to face Southampton in the Premier League for the first time since they were beaten at home by Swansea, in their League Cup semi-final first leg last week.
Andre Villas-Boas admits he is using his Tottenham reign as an opportunity to right the wrongs of his now infamous stint at Chelsea. (France Football)
The Portuguese tactician was appointed at Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2011 - but lasted just nine months before being shown the door by an unforgiving Roman Abramovich.
He wasted little time in returning to the Premier League when invited back by Spurs, and feels he's better prepared to face the challenges of life in England the second time round.
And finally, Barcelona president Sandro Rosell is confident goalkeeper Victor Valdes and striker David Villa will both remain at the Nou Camp. (Marca)
The duo have recently been linked with moves away from the Catalan club, but Rosell is not troubled by the speculation.