What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?
Malky Mackay is the new Wigan Athletic manager, with chairman Dave Whelan appointing the former Cardiff City boss despite an ongoing FA investigation into his alleged part in sending texts of a homophobic, racist and sexist nature during his time with the Bluebirds.
Mackay replaces Uwe Rosler, with the 46-year-old sacked after a poor run of form which has left the Latics in the bottom three and with just three wins from 17 league games.
The pressure remains on Brighton and Hove Albion chief Sami Hyypia after also only being able to amass a triplet of league successes, with the Seagulls just a point above Wigan in 20th.
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: Blues boss Gary Rowett has insisted he is happy to bide his time in pursuit of finding the right players for further signings after snapping up free agent Guy Moussi on a short-term deal. (Birmingham Mail)
Blackburn Rovers: Left-back Markus Olsson feels the level of his recent performances are proof that he can no longer be considered just a squad player at Ewood Park but will not ease off after securing a first-team berth. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Blackpool: Manager Lee Clark has revealed his excitement at securing the services of winger Chris Eagles and is hoping more deals will come to fruition in weeks to come, with deals for defenders believed to be in the pipeline. (Blackpool Gazette)
Bolton Wanderers: Manager Neil Lennon is hoping his players are feeling refreshed after the latest two-week international break and is hoping to build on consecutive wins before the interval at home to Blackpool this weekend. (The Bolton News)
Brentford: Spanish star Jota is eyeing a successive promotion campaign with the Bees and believes there are plenty of similarities between former club Eibar and Mark Warburton's side. (Get West London)
Brighton and Hove Albion: Midfielder Andrew Crofts has revealed a second serious knee injury in the space of 10 months came as a nasty surprise after initial scans suggested the damage would be just minor following a 1-1 draw at Watford in October. (The Argus)
Cardiff City: Bluebirds boss Russell Slade has launched a scathing attack on former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's "collecting" of players during his time in charge and feels the squad size of 38 has made things difficult for him during his early days at the helm. (Wales Online)
Leeds United: Manager Neil Redfearn has challenged his players to create a fearful reputation of their own as they prepare for a testing run of games, starting with a weekend trip to Blackburn Rovers. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Millwall: Lions defender Scott Malone is attracting the interest of Premier League outfit Crystal Palace and fellow Championship rivals Cardiff City and manager Ian Holloway admits his contractual situation presents him with a dilemma. (News at Den)
Middlesbrough: Striker Lee Tomlin has credited manager Aitor Karanka for reinventing him as a player at the Riverside Stadium after attitude problems at former club Peterborough. (Gazette Live)
Nottingham Forest: Striker Dexter Blackstock has rejected a loan move to Sheffield United but manager Stuart Pearce has decided to allow the out-of-favour frontman to move on a temporary basis. (Nottingham Post)
Reading: Former Huddersfield Town midfielder Oliver Norwood is relishing his conductor's role at the heart of the Royals midfield and has thanked his team-mates for making him enjoy his football at the Madejski Stadium. (Get Reading)
Rotherham United: Millers boss Steve Evans is realistic about competing with other second-tier sides when it comes to the financial aspect of the game but is delighted with both his chairman and his players for the positive start to the season. (The Star)
Sheffield Wednesday: New loan signing Lewis McGugan is looking forward to kick-starting his career once more after it emerged that the Owls made their first move for the Watford man at the start of the month, only for the Hornets to block a deal. (The Star)
Wigan Athletic: New manager Mackay has vowed to do his very best for the Latics and admitted he did not need any persuading to bring an 11-month hiatus to an end by taking the DW Stadium reins. (Wigan Today)
Wolves: Kenny Jackett has tipped central midfield duo Kevin McDonald and Lee Evans to bounce back and show they have rediscovered their early-season form against Nottingham Forest this weekend. (Birmingham Mail)