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 Dougie Freedman and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Bolton Wanderers and Cardiff City respectively are coming under increased scrutiny.

Blackpool could also soon be the subject of a managerial departure with lingering doubts over the future of Jose Riga.

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: Blues boss Lee Clark is running the rule over former West Ham United midfielder Jack Collison after the 25-year-old was invited for a trial with the club following his failure to earn a deal with Ipswich Town. (Birmingham Mail)

Blackburn Rovers: Gary Bowyer has urged winger Ben Marshall to reproduce the Premier League quality he showed by downing Wigan Athletic with a brace in a 3-1 win on a consistent basis. (Lancashire Telegraph) 

Blackpool: Seasiders manager Jose Riga lavished praise on the fans for the reception they gave him during the 0-0 draw with Wolves at the weekend, with his future remaining in the balance at Bloomfield Road. (Blackpool Gazette)

Bolton Wanderers: New loan signing Owen Garvan believes manager Dougie Freedman is a strong enough character to ride out the storm he is currently under from the disillusioned Wanderers fanbase. (The Bolton News)

Bournemouth: Cherries midfielder Harry Arter believes his side must stop gifting away such cheap goals to make a challenge in the top half of the league after watching Jordan Bowery plunder a late leveller in the 1-1 draw with Rotherham United. (Bournemouth Echo)

Brentford: Bees striker Andre Gray believes his side are capable of sustaining a push for a play-off spot after their 3-2 win over Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday - in which he scored - put Mark Warburton's men into the top six. (Get West London)

Brighton and Hove Albion: Captain Gordon Greer was left bemused by the officials' decision to rule out his volley right on the stroke of half-time during the 3-2 defeat at Brentford. (The Argus)           

Cardiff City: Former Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis has refused to rule out the possibility of a move to take charge of the Bluebirds in the wake of calls from disgruntled fans for him to displace Ole Gunnar Solksjaer at the Cardiff City Stadium helm. (Wales Online)

Derby County: Steve McClaren praised the fighting spirit of his "heroic" charges after the Rams secured a 1-1 draw in the east Midlands derby at Nottingham Forest. (Derby Telegraph)           

Fulham: Cottagers skipper Scott Parker was honest in his assessment of his side's 3-0 defeat to Reading on Saturday, and feels the basement boys can have no excuses for their abject start to life in the second tier. (Get West London)

Leeds United: Massimo Cellino last night ruled out the possibility of caretaker manager Neil Redfearn taking the reins on a full-time basis as the Italian believes removing him from his duties with the club's academy would prove detrimental to the club. (Yorkshire Evening Post)           

Millwall: Ian Holloway is set to maximise his resources in the first-team squad after seeing winger Lee Martin ruled out for at least a month with knee ligament damage. (News at Den)

Middlesbrough: Aitor Karanka has revealed Dimitrios Konstantopoulos will be the club's No.1 this season after the Greek made his first league start of the season in the weekend win at Huddersfield Town. (Gazette Live)

Norwich City: Canaries chief Neil Adams revealed his side's 4-2 come-from-behind victory at Cardiff City on Saturday was inspired by his half-time rant - the first time he has had to do so this season. (Eastern Daily Press)

Nottingham Forest: Manager Stuart Pearce is exploring the possibility of a raid on the loan market as he faces up to the prospect of losing midfielder Chris Cohen for the rest of the season after sustaining a knee injury in the 1-1 derby draw with Derby County. (Nottingham Post)

Reading: Royals defender Chris Gunter wants his side to use the 3-0 weekend win over Fulham as a springboard to claim three successive league wins tomorrow night against Millwall. (Get Reading)

Wigan Athletic: Uwe Rosler has admitted his concern at the Latics' inability to pick up points on the road so far this season but was not overly unhappy with his side's performance in the 3-1 defeat to Blackburn Rovers. (Wigan Today)