What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?

Huddersfield Town may have recently ended their hunt for a new manager with the appointment of Chris Powell as the permanent successor to Mark Robins, but fierce rivals Leeds United find themselves without a manager after the exit of Dave Hockaday.

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 as the loan window doors swing open for business.

For all the latest headlines from around the Championship, have a look at our summary below from various local newspapers.

Birmingham City: The Blues' search for a winger has come to a successful conclusion after Lee Clark drafted in Stoke City wideman Brek Shea on a three-month loan deal and the manager admitted he had been chasing the American for a long time. (Birmingham Mail)

Blackburn Rovers: Gary Bowyer believes his charges will approach the weekend encounter with Wigan Athletic in high spirits despite a 3-1 defeat at Wolves last time out. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Blackpool: The future of Seasiders manager Jose Riga is still up in the air after it emerged the Belgian and chairman Karl Oyston have failed to speak to each other since transfer deadline day 10 days ago. (Blackpool Gazette)

Bournemouth: Cherries skipper Tommy Elphick has urged his side to capitalise on a solid start to the season by pushing on in the next cluster of league games and warned fellow clubs that they have yet to reach their peak. (Bournemouth Echo)

Brentford: Summer signing Moses Odubajo has claimed he is over the injury problems which have prevented him from playing a telling role so far for the Bees and is keen to make up for lost time. (Get West London)

Brighton and Hove Albion: Andrew Crofts has been handed a one-year contract extension after recovering sufficiently from a cruciate knee ligament injury to force his way into Sami Hyypia's plans. (The Argus)

Derby County: Defender Jake Buxton has handed the Rams a huge fitness boost ahead of the weekend clash with Nottingham Forest by returning to first-team training following a hip-flexor problem. (Derby Telegraph)

Ipswich Town: The Tractor Boys have snapped up free agent and former player Darren Ambrose on a short-term deal after his summer release from Birmingham City. (East Anglian Daily Times)

Leeds United: Caretaker manager Neil Redfearn has hailed the potential of new signing Adryan, who made his first appearance for the club in a development squad match on Monday. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Middlesbrough: Damia Abella has backed Boro to achieve promotion to the Premier League this season, but only is they sharpen up at the back after some lax defensive performances. (Gazette Live)

Millwall: Ian Holloway is lining up a move for free agent Matthew Etherington after Jermaine Pennant cut short his trial at the New Den and could offer the former Stoke City man a deal after also missing out on Huddersfield Town winger Sean Scannell on deadline day. (News at Den)

Nottingham Forest: On-loan right-back Jack Hunt has pledged to keep up the attacking style that has endeared him to the club's fans since his move from Crystal Palace. (Nottingham Post)

Reading: Midfielder Danny Williams has set himself a target of a November return to first-team training as he steps up his rehabilitation from a knee injury. (Get Reading)

Sheffield Wednesday: Owls boss Stuart Gray feels the loan market is not always the best way to strengthen a first-team squad as fitness levels can often be below-par. (The Star)

Wolves: Winger James Henry is eager to win back his first-team spot at Molineux after dropping below new signing Rajiv van La Parra in the pecking order on the right flank. (Birmingham Mail)