What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?

Wigan Athletic's hunt for a new manager has seen them begin the interview process, with over 20 applicants rumoured to have thrown their hat into the ring to succeed the sacked Uwe Rosler.

Malky Mackay is the bookies' favourite, but former Norwich City chief Chris Hughton and Tony Mowbray are also contenders for the vacancy.

The pressure remains on Brighton and Hove Albion chief Sami Hyypia remains under pressure after a poor run of form which sees the Seagulls linger just above the relegation zone.

Plus, there are transfer rumours continuing to float around, with the loan window still open for business and presenting an opportunity for managers to bolster their squads.

For all the latest headlines from around the Championship, have a look at our summary below from various local newspapers.

Blackburn Rovers: Gary Bowyer is determined to keep his in-form charges' feet firmly on the ground despite embarking on a seven-match unbeaten run which has lifted them to within just a point of the play-offs. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Blackpool: New loan signing Chris Eagles has revealed he turned down other clubs because he was made to feel wanted at Bloomfield Road and has been given the trust to go and perform in the Championship. (Blackpool Gazette)

Bolton Wanderers: Manager Neil Lennon has refused to rule out the sensational possibility of a playing return for former striker Eidur Gudjohnsen, with the 36-year-old currently training with the first-team at their Euxton training complex. (The Bolton News)

Brighton and Hove Albion: Striker Chris O'Grady's hopes of securing a loan move away in the final throes of the loan window look to have been scuppered after Sami Hyypia revealed he needs the Sheffield United target as cover in attack. (The Argus)

Ipswich Town: Owner Marcus Evans has issued a hands-off warning to Premier League clubs for some of the Tractor Boys' most prized assets ahead of the January transfer window. (East Anglian Daily Times)

Leeds United: Manager Neil Redfearn has claimed sending out fringe players will be the priority for the Whites in the final week of the loan window and does not anticipate any incomings. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Middlesbrough: Adam Clayton has revealed the international break has not acted as a resting period for him and his team-mates and has instead challenged the Teessiders to continue to fire on all cylinders when they travel to Wigan Athletic this weekend. (Gazette Live)

Nottingham Forest: Striker Dexter Blackstock continues to attract interest from Championship and League One clubs, but manager Stuart Pearce may yet veto any loan for the reserve striker given his lack of cover up front. (Nottingham Post)

Reading: Influential wideman Garath McCleary has handed the Royals a huge fitness boost by declaring himself fit and available for a Friday night trip to Cardiff City. (Get Reading)

Rotherham United: Millers boss Steve Evans believes midfielder Paul Green has been the club's best player so far this season after Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy's praise for his former loanee in the close season. (The Star)

Sheffield Wednesday: Manager Stuart Gray has warned his players they must not begin to feel sorry for themselves as they head to Huddersfield Town this weekend looking to get their toiling campaign back on track. (The Star)

Watford: Around 750 season ticket holders at Vicarage Road have decided to move to the newly-established East Stand, with fans who were not promised first refusal having the chance to move across free of charge in December. (Watford Observer)

Wigan Athletic: Midfielder Adam Forshaw has told his team-mates there is no time to dwell on the sacking of Rosler despite the exit of his former Brentford mentor hurting him more than most in the Latics first-team squad. (Wigan Today)

Wolves: Kenny Jackett is willing to hold talks with out-of-favour striker Bjorn Sigurdarson to see whether or not he is up for another crack at English football after a year-long exile in Norway with Molde. (Birmingham Mail)