Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is keen to continue his career beyond this season but admits he may be forced to move away from Anfield
Leicester captain Wes Morgan is ready for the challenge presented by in-form striker Saido Berahino when West Brom visit the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
Berahino has scored five goals in his last four Premier League games, form that has seen him linked with an England call-up.
– Wes Morgan speaking to Foxes Player
It's clear to see he's such a threat.
I've been watching him myself. He's a good player and he's on fire at the moment. I think the whole team have to be aware of his capabilities and what he can do. We'll be ready for him come Saturday.
We just have to get back to basics, believe in our capabilities, be positive and I'm sure we'll be okay.
We're unbeaten at home so far this season and it's a place we definitely want to make a fortress. We want to continue that form against West Brom this weekend. It's a big game for us and we're at home with a point to prove.
Harry Redknapp has admitted he must use Bobby Zamora sparingly to control the QPR striker's chronic hip problems.
Rangers boss Redknapp hailed the 33-year-old's resolve for playing through the pain, but conceded the former Tottenham forward cannot last a full 90 minutes.
– Harry Redknapp
Bobby has been very important for us.
After about 60 to 65 minutes he has to come off, but when he's on the pitch he has been outstanding.
We were bringing him off the bench to start with, but we've reversed it and started him recently.
He's been captain and great in the dressing room, I couldn't be more pleased with Bobby.
He's got his hip but he manages it and when he plays he's been great and his attitude has been first class.