The transfer window is officially shut.
Championship managers up and down the country made their last-minute tweaks and alterations on a frantic transfer deadline day which saw 26 signings take place in the second tier.
The emergency loan window, which opens in a week's time on Tuesday September 9, is available for managers to bolster their squads if they resisted the temptation of a late trolley dash.
Huddersfield Town were active, purchasing Mark Hudson on a two-year deal from Cardiff City, but what was the reaction around the Championship to the rest of the deals and, indeed, those that failed to get over the line?
Check out our summary of the local paper coverage below.
Birmingham City - Birmingham Mail: The Blues sensationally pulled the plug on a proposed deal for Seb Hines from Middlesbrough, despite agreeing an undisclosed fee for the defender, who instead moved to Coventry City on loan.
The paper also revealed that Lee Clark's side turned down what was labelled as a "derisory" bid from Crystal Palace for top talent Demarai Gray.
Blackburn Rovers - Lancashire Telegaph: Rovers were one of the busiest sides on deadline day as three arrived and one player left on loan, but there were suggestions a potential fourth signing - Port Vale's Tom Pope was linked - slipped through the net at the last minute for Gary Bowyer's side.
Blackpool - Blackpool Gazette: The Seasiders were left frustrated as they failed to add to their squad and the paper claims Jose Riga's side submitted a bid for Huddersfield Town's Danny Ward which could have risen to as much as £400,000, but personal terms proved a stumbling block that was impossible to overcome.
Riga was also in talks with a French club for a striker and a Belgian defender was on the radar on a fruitless day for the club as they also rejected a six-figure offer from Sheffield United for striker Steven Davies.
Bournemouth - Bournemouth Echo: Cherries boss Eddie Howe finally ended a protracted pursuit of Andrew Surman from Norwich City on deadline day and now the club hopes to see the best from last season's loan star.
Howe also told the paper that, despite rumours to the contrary, the Cherries had received no offers for any of their players as Matt Ritchie stayed put amid links with Derby County.
Brighton and Hove Albion - The Argus: It was a very quiet day, as expected, in Brighton as the sole transfer was a loan exit for young Latvian defender Vitalijs Maksimenko, who moved to VVV-Venlo for a season but Sami Hyypia was happy to countenance the deal as he feels he has adequate defensive cover and believes the move will be beneficial to both the player and the Seagulls.
Cardiff City - Wales Online: Our sister paper colleague Chris Wathan believes Bluebirds manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has no excuses for failure in the Championship now after assembling a near-perfect squad, embellished by the £5m acquisition of Bruno Ecuele Manga from Lorient.
Charlton Athletic - Sevenoaks Chronicle: The feeling at the Valley was that the Addicks were disappointed not to further reinforce their squad and were in negotiations for the signing of two players up to an hour before the deadline.
Derby County - Derby Telegraph: Having signed numerous players in this transfer window, Rams boss Steve McClaren has urged his existing crop to be on their toes as the competition for places in the starting XI heats up.
Ipswich Town - East Anglian Daily Times: The Tractor Boys sensationally knocked back two late bids from Leicester City for David McGoldrick and a £2.5m bid from Crystal Palace for Tyrone Mings and could still be about to make an addition, with Jonathan Williams a loan target from Palace.
Leeds United - Yorkshire Evening Post: Matt Smith has revealed his surprise at being allowed to leave the club in the final throes of deadline day as Fulham made their second move for a Leeds striker this summer after the £11m signing of Ross McCormack.
Middlesbrough - Gazette Live: Our sister paper colleagues have discussed the benefits and disadvantages of relying on close links with Chelsea after snapping up their third loan capture from the Blues in goalkeeper Jamal Blackman on deadline day.
Millwall - News at Den: The mood at the New Den was an altogether downbeat one as the Lions' proposed primary piece of business in signing Huddersfield Town winger Sean Scannell fell through, but this morning former Blackpool man Angel Martinez arrived for discussions over a deal.
Norwich City - Eastern Daily Press: The Canaries were one of the busiest teams on deadline day with three additions and two exits, ensuring a hectic end to the window for all concerned at the club.
Nottingham Forest - Nottingham Post: Stuart Pearce is happy with the 11 signings he made prior to deadline day, having not entered the market in its final stages, and their final addition Robert Tesche has been backed to shine by former Hamburg team-mate and fellow new signing.
The paper also reveals that Greg Halford could seal a loan move to Bolton Wanderers outside the window.
Reading - Get Reading: Writer Charles Watts believes the Royals have had a good transfer window despite not being able to add more than just Glenn Murray on deadline day after manager Nigel Adkins had insisted his side would be "very active."
Rotherham United - The Star: Steve Evans rejoiced in his side's two striker signings with just minutes to spare before the deadline as the Millers made impressive swoops for Jonson Clarke-Harris at Oldham Athletic and Luciano Becchio on loan from Norwich City.
Sheffield Wednesday - The Star: Stuart Gray made just one deadline-day signing in the shape of Reading bad-boy Royston Drenthe and the sense on that deal is how the manager must put the Dutchman back on the straight and narrow after some turbulent times at Reading.
Watford - Watford Observer: The Hornets were also not involved on deadline day, but there has been activity on the managerial front this morning as the club acted swiftly to replace Giuseppe Sannino with former Brighton and Hove Albion manager Oscar Garcia taking over the reins at Vicarage Road, as the paper revealed first.
Wigan Athletic - Wigan Today: Along with Norwich, the Latics were the busiest team in terms of overall activity and made the most additions with four as James McArthur left for Crystal Palace.
It seemed to be a mix of relief and joy for manager Uwe Rosler who finally managed to snare long-term target Adam Forshaw and snap up highly-rated Andy Delort.
Wolves - Birmingham Mail: Kenny Jackett's only piece of deadline-day business was to ship out young midfielder Jack Price on a one-month loan to Yeovil Town and the manager admitted he had been beaten by Wigan Athletic in the race for Andy Delort despite making a "very considerable bid."