What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?
As we enter the latest international break, Derby County sit top of the pile after a thumping 5-0 win over fellow promotion contenders Wolves last weekend, with Middlesbrough and Bournemouth both missing the chance to go top after playing out a 0-0 draw.
Brentford's astonishing start to life in this division continues, with the Bees moving into the top six by winning 3-2 at Millwall, while the pressure was alleviated from Stuart Pearce at Nottingham Forest as his side struck twice late on to beat Norwich City 2-1.
At the bottom, Gary Rowett continued his unbeaten start to life with Birmingham City with a 0-0 draw at home to Cardiff City, while Bolton Wanderers traded places in the bottom three with Wigan Athletic thanks to a 3-1 win at the Macron Stadium.
The pressure grows on Latics boss Uwe Rosler, as well as Brighton and Hove Albion boss Sami Hyypia, whose side were only able to draw again - this time at home to Blackburn Rovers.
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.
Birmingham City: Close-season signing Stephen Gleeson has revealed the secret behind Gary Rowett's excellent start to life in charge at St Andrew's by suggesting that the new boss has built a solid base from the back to make the Blues tougher to beat once more. (Birmingham Mail)
Blackburn Rovers: Summer signing Chris Brown is close to making a Rovers debut after taking a major step forward in his recovery from a knee operation and is being penciled in for a Lancashire FA Senior Cup runout against Manchester United. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Blackpool: Lee Clark has wasted no time in overseeing an overhaul of his squad by making twins Edu and Joan Oriol, Sergei Zenjov and Formose Mendy all available for loan, while he is also running the rule over as many as seven new players, with Darren O'Dea among those. (Blackpool Gazette)
Bolton Wanderers: Skipper Jay Spearing is not concerned by the competition for places in the centre of midfield and is concentrated on regaining his place in the starting XI after suffering from a slight hamstring problem. (The Bolton News)
Bournemouth: Striker Callum Wilson has vowed to try and block out the hype surrounding him at present after an England Under-21's call-up to focus on maintaining his early-season goalscoring form for the Cherries. (Bournemouth Echo)
Brighton and Hove Albion: Seagulls chairman Andy Bloom has moved to defend the club's recruitment policy but conceded a lack of time afforded to manager Hyypia in the summer failed to assist with the club's close-season acquisitions. (The Argus)
Fulham: The Cottagers are prepared to let a host of their fringe players go out on loan in the next two weeks as manager Kit Symons prepares to try and take West Bromwich Albion utility man Chris Baird on loan. (Get West London)
Ipswich Town: Manager Mick McCarthy believes it is a matter of when, not if, young left-back Tyrone Mings goes on to earn an England Under-21's call-up and is happy for the 21-year-old to get some rest after a flying start to the season. (East Anglian Daily Times)
Leeds United: Revitalised full-back Sam Byram believes he is getting back to his best under the guidance of Neil Redfearn and admits the international break has arrived at the worst possible time for him after a good run of form. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Millwall: The Lions have lined up a behind-closed-doors friendly with QPR in order to keep fitness levels ticking over during the next fortnight, with a strong XI expected to be fielded against the Premier League outfit. (News at Den)
Norwich City: Manager Neil Adams has turned up the heat on his underperforming Canaries players by insisting the Premier League reputations of some will count for nothing when it comes to team selection after the international interval. (Eastern Daily Press)
Nottingham Forest: Reds goalkeeper Karl Darlow believes the training-ground torment he is subjected to by sharp shooters Britt Assombalonga and Michail Antonio can get the duo firing regularly once more in the Championship. (Nottingham Post)
Reading: Deputy captain Chris Gunter has revealed he is happy to adjust to life on the left-hand side of defence with Stephen Kelly occupying the right-back berth and insists he is just happy to help the Royals. (Get Reading)
Rotherham United: Manager Steve Evans has admitted that some of his players were playing for their first-team futures in the 0-0 South Yorkshire derby stalemate with Sheffield Wednesday, after a 3-0 defeat at Reading four days earlier left the Millers boss unimpressed with his charges. (The Star)
Sheffield Wednesday: Lewis Buxton, Kamil Zayatte and Caolan Lavery will all take part in the Owls' friendly against Middlesbrough next week as the trio all look to step up their return to first-team fitness. (The Star)
Wigan Athletic: Emmerson Boyce has hailed the attitude shown by the squad in training this week as the Latics look to get their campaign back on track after going down to a 3-1 defeat at Bolton Wanderers just prior to the international break. (Wigan Today)
Wolves: Kenny Jackett is keeping his fingers crossed that Mali striker Nouha Dicko is able to come through the international break unscathed and get the Molineux outfit's promotion challenge firing once more. (Birmingham Mail)