Newcastle midfielder Bruno Guimaraes speaking to Sky Sports after the game: "I'm very happy, it's a good game for us. I played with more freedom and felt good. It was important after the draw with Luton last week that we played very well and it was very important for us today.
"For me, we shouldn't have given the ball away that we tried to pass. The second half we played very well. We played with the ball a lot tonight."
On his two goals: "It was a lovely goal. One of the most beautiful in my career. I dedicate this goal to the 'Mad Dog' because we worked on it in training. When I play as a six, I don't get the chance to play forward as much so I enjoyed playing high.
"I think I can play in the six, eight and 10. I played very well with the two goals. Thank you gaffer. To be honest with you, when I saw the ball come in, I didn't know whether to hit it with my left or right [foot] but it was a perfect finish."
On his future: "Sometimes people speak a lot about me. I just speak a lot about football. I'm very happy here and I like how the fans think of me here. Let the people speak."
On Newcastle's ambitions: "We have to get Europe [football] again, try for Champions League. I know it's difficult but definitely [we are aiming] for Europa League.
"We have been better away from home this season. We have a big game at home next week [against Bournemouth] and hopefully we can get the three points.
"I enjoy my time here. The fans have been unbelievable for me and my family. I hope this can keep going for a long time."