What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?

Leeds United's hunt for a manager is still alive as they seek a successor to Dave Hockaday, while the futures of many other managers in the Championship remain up in the air after Cardiff City and Fulham dispensed with managers Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Felix Magath respectively.

The pressure has alleviated to a degree on both Bolton Wanderers boss Dougie Freedman - after his side's 3-2 win over Rotherham United - and Blackpool's Jose Riga, with chairman Karl Oyston performing a u-turn on his decision to sack the Belgian.

Plus, there are plenty of transfer rumours continuing to do the rounds with the loan window 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: Summer signing David Cotterill is confident the Blues will begin to climb the table and believes their current league placing does not tell the whole story of some performances to date. (Birmingham Mail)

Blackburn Rovers: Midfield enforcer Corry Evans has urged his side to start playing with more consistency after suffering mixed results across their recent double Ewood Park header against Wigan Athletic and Derby County. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Blackpool: The Seasiders' rocky start to the season continued last night as supporters accused chairman Oyston of having no respect for them after he failed to turn up to a supporters' forum. (Blackpool Gazette)

Bolton Wanderers: Freedman believes the side's midweek win over the Millers will put an end to the cloud which has hung over his players so far this season and feels his players can now go on to make progress in the league. (The Bolton News)

Bournemouth: Cherries skipper Tommy Elphick wants his defensive colleagues to rediscover their mean streak and stop shipping so many cheap goals after surrendering a lead in both of their back-to-back home games this week. (Bournemouth Echo)

Brighton and Hove Albion: Sami Hyypia is set to stick by No.1 David Stockdale despite his inauspicious start to life with the Seagulls when Blackpool visit the Amex this weekend. (The Argus)           

Cardiff City: Caretaker managerial duo Scott Young and Danny Gabbidon are refusing to rule out the possibility of replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the full-time Bluebirds manager if owner Vincent Tan offers them the position. (Wales Online)

Derby County: Rams starlet Will Hughes is expected to pass a late fitness test to take his place in the team to face Cardiff City this weekend after recovering from a minor groin complaint sustained during the 3-2 midweek win at Blackburn Rovers. (Derby Telegraph) 

Fulham: Danny Murphy has revealed he would consider taking over from the sacked Magath as Cottagers manager in a move which would delight the fans as the club looks for its fourth manager in less than a year. (Get West London)

Leeds United: Caretaker manager Neil Redfearn has insisted he will stay in charge of United for as long as is necessary while the club seek to appoint a permanent replacement the dismissed Hockaday. (Yorkshire Evening Post)         

Millwall: Ian Holloway believes midfielder Richard Chaplow can prove to be a crucial player this season after impressing in a holding midfield role during his first Lions start since February in the midweek defeat to Reading. (News at Den)

Middlesbrough: Teessiders manager Aitor Karanka is bracing himself for interest in young winger Adam Reach, who is said to be interesting as many as nine Premier League clubs, including the likes of reigning champions Manchester City and last season's runners-up Liverpool. (Gazette Live)

Norwich City: Cameron Jerome has credited manager Neil Adams for giving him a new lease of life after scoring his third and fourth goals of the season during a 3-0 win at Brentford during the week. (Eastern Daily Press)

Nottingham Forest: The Championship's top scorer Britt Assombalonga feels his side's sheer will to win and ability to grind out result when not at their best has the rest of the division running scared after netting a hat-trick in the 5-3 midweek win over Fulham. (Nottingham Post)

Reading: Manager Nigel Adkins has set his Royals strikeforce the target of scoring 86 goals this season as he attempts to secure promotion to the Premier League. (Get Reading)

Sheffield Wednesday: Owls boss Stuart Gray is wary of the threat posed to his side by Reading duo Simon Cox and Glenn Murray as his side prepares to take on the Royals this weekend. (The Star)

Watford: Hornets boss Oscar Garcia is expected to be released from hospital later today after suffering chest pains, but it is not yet clear when he will be able to take to the dugout for his Vicarage Road bow. (Watford Observer)

Wigan Athletic: James Tavernier is hoping to build on his midweek cameo in the 0-0 draw at Huddersfield Town by making a true push to come into contention for a starting place on the right-hand side of defence. (Wigan Today)

Wolves: Kenny Jackett is trying to teach defensive duo Danny Batth and Richard Stearman to defend like Manchester United's former pairing Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic, as he attempts to maintain his side's impressive start to the season - having conceded just three goals in their opening seven games. (Birmingham Mail)