What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?

Yesterday's loan window deadline day saw several clubs add to their squads, with Rotherham United, Blackpool and Ipswich Town the busiest clubs in action.

The Millers drafted in Reece James from Manchester United, Tom Lawrence from Leicester City and Scott Wootton from Leeds United, while the Seasiders brought Kevin Foley in from Wolves and Stuart O'Keefe from Crystal Palace.

Ipswich were linked with a possible move for Chelsea youngster John Swift but eventually snapped up free agent Sean St Ledger and Leeds United striker Noel Hunt.

Fulham also got involved in the action by bringing in Manchester City midfielder Seko Fofana late in the day.

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

Birmingham City: Blues boss Gary Rowett has urged his side to use Trevor Francis Day to their advantage at home to Nottingham Forest this weekend but is equally wary of his players being distracted by the carnival atmosphere set to take place at St Andrew's. (Birmingham Mail)

Blackburn Rovers: Gary Bowyer believes the return to full fitness of striker Chris Brown will prove just as effective as any new signing after being unable to add to his squad before the loan deadline. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Blackpool: Seasiders boss Lee Clark admits he has handed himself a selection headache by bringing in eight new signings, with his seven loanees having to be cut down to five for each matchday squad he names. (Blackpool Gazette)

Bolton Wanderers: Trotters chief Neil Lennon has hinted he could be set for a mad rush for new signings in January if his side continue to climb their way up the Championship standings before the New Year. (The Bolton News)

Bournemouth: Defender Steve Cook has claimed weekend opponents Millwall will look to buck the trend against the Cherries this weekend and expects the Lions to try and control possession when the two teams face off. (Bournemouth Echo)

Brighton and Hove Albion: Darren Bent has revealed he turned down the opportunity to move abroad before signing for the Seagulls on loan and said the direction the club are headed in under Sami Hyypia played a big part in his decision process. (The Argus)

Cardiff City: Bluebirds boss Russell Slade has admitted unhappy central defender Juan Cala could be set for a January departure but refuted the idea that owner Vincent Tan had been having a say in his exclusion from the first team. (Wales Online)

Derby County: Steve McClaren has warned his Rams players to ignore the statistics ahead of this weekend's game with Leeds United, despite a run of form against the Whites which has seen go unbeaten in the last 12 meetings between the two sides. (Derby Telegraph)

Leeds United: Manager Neil Redfearn has backed goalkeeper Marco Silvestri and insists he will retain his place in goal this weekend against league leaders Derby despite a series of recent blunders. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Middlesbrough: Boro boss Aitor Karanka insists he does not regret the decision to allow goalkeeper Jason Steele out on loan to Blackburn Rovers and has pointed to the form of current No.1 Dimitrios Konstantopoulos as justification for his decision. (Gazette Live)

Millwall: Striker Jermaine Easter has claimed he rejected the chance to go out on loan to several League One clubs as he wants to fight for his future under Ian Holloway after being placed on the transfer list. (News at Den)

Nottingham Forest: Manager Stuart Pearce has revealed he is satisfied with his squad size and the personnel within it despite failing to bring in any last-minute additions before the loan window deadline. (Nottingham Post)

Norwich City: Canaries manager Neil Adams admits he is struggling to contain the desire of midfielders Wes Hoolahan and Vadis Ofoe to return to the first team as the duo step up their recovery from ankle and knee injuries respectively. (Eastern Daily Press)

Reading: Under-fire Royals manager Nigel Adkins has defiantly vowed to turn things around at the Madejski Stadium and is confident he is the right man to resurrect a disappointing league campaign to date. (Get Reading)

Rotherham United: Millers boss Steve Evans has revealed his delight at being able to add three loan window deadline day signings in the shape of James, Lawrence and Wootton, with the trio all having previous Manchester United connections. (The Star)

Sheffield Wednesday: Stuart Gray is under no illusions that his position will come under increased scrutiny unless results improve soon, starting at home to Wigan Athletic tomorrow. (The Star)

Watford: Hornets boss Slavisa Jokanovic has queried whether or not his players truly believe they have what it takes to secure promotion this season and accepts that getting his side into the Premier League is by no means guaranteed. (Watford Observer)

Wigan Athletic: Malky Mackay believes he will need two or three weeks before fully understanding the qualities of each of his players and the strongest XI from his squad. (Wigan Today)