What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?

It's deadline day for the loan window, and there is expected to be some movement in and out of second-tier clubs before 5pm, with managers desperate to bolster their squads.

After today's deadline, clubs will only be able to bring in an emergency goalkeeper from tomorrow until the start of the January transfer window, when permanent signings can be made once more.

So who is after who and which player is going where?

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

Birmingham City: Blues boss Gary Rowett is hoping to finalise a deal for free agent Nikola Zigic in time for today's deadline and has suggested one or two youngsters could be set for temporary moves. (Birmingham Mail)

Blackburn Rovers: Midfielder Chris Taylor is happy to bide his time for a starting XI berth at Ewood Park as long as Gary Bowyer's side continue to win but admits he is itching to be involved in their promotion push. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Blackpool: The Seasiders have completed the signing of right-back Kevin Foley on loan from Wolves and are monitoring the availability of Crystal Palace midfielder Stuart O'Keefe ahead of today's deadline. (Blackpool Gazette)

Bolton Wanderers: Trotters chief Neil Lennon is hoping to sit down with a host of first-team players in the coming weeks to sort out the contract problems within his squad. (The Bolton News)

Bournemouth: Eddie Howe is sweating on the fitness of leading scorer Callum Wilson after suffering a hamstring injury against Ipswich Town at the weekend, while fellow forward Tokelo Rantie is definitely sidelined after . (Bournemouth Echo)

Brighton and Hove Albion: The Seagulls have confirmed that winger Elliott Bennett will spend a second month on loan at the Amex from Norwich City, with his initial loan terms set to expire after this weekend's clash with Fulham. (The Argus)

Brentford: The Bees have made it clear they would prefer to stay in their Griffin Park home than ground share if they were to gain promotion to the Premier League after a host of fellow west London grounds were mooted as potential destinations. (Get West London)

Derby County: The Rams are being linked with a possible swoop for 23-year-old Heracles Almelo winger Edwin Gyasi, who had a trial with the club in 2011 before playing under Steve McClaren at FC Twente a year later. (Derby Telegraph)

Leeds United: Striker Noel Hunt has completed a last-minute loan switch to Ipswich Town after the Tractor Boys made an unexpected move for the 31-year-old frontman yesterday afternoon. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Middlesbrough: Chelsea loanee Patrick Bamford has revealed he is happy with life at the Riverside Stadium under Aitor Karanka and is keen to extend his stay with the promotion chasers. (Gazette Live)

Millwall: Manager Ian Holloway has lavished praise on goalkeeping stalwart David Forde, with the Lions No.1 set to make his 300th appearance for the club in the weekend trip to Bournemouth. (News at Den)

Nottingham Forest: Manager Stuart Pearce has confirmed it is extremely unlikely that he will make any additional loan signings before this evening's deadline and will not allow players to leave the club either. (Nottingham Post)

Norwich City: Canaries skipper Russell Martin is confident the division's pacesetters have not moved too far out of sight for his side to launch a fightback and pointed to their last promotion to the Premier League as evidence that teams can recover from slow starts. (Eastern Daily Press)

Reading: Anton Ferdinand has handed Royals manager Nigel Adkins a fitness boost after taking a full part in first-team training ahead of a weekend trip to Norwich City. (Get Reading)

Rotherham United: The Millers have added to yesterday's loan signing of Manchester United left-back Reece James by landing Leicester City forward Tom Lawrence, formerly a United player. (The Star)

Sheffield Wednesday: Left-back Jeremy Helan has leapt to the defence of manager Stuart Gray after a poor string of results and insists each player is behind the under-fire 54-year-old. (The Star)

Wigan Athletic: Defender Rob Kiernan believes Malky Mackay has helped bring a different aura to the club since replacing Uwe Rosler and believes a change may have been the best course of action after a frustrating start to the campaign. (Wigan Today)

Wolves: Manager Kenny Jackett has vowed not to rush back midfielder Lee Evans from a hand injury after revealing he is midway through his six-week recuperation period. (Birmingham Mail)