What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?

Blackburn Rovers, Leeds United and Nottingham Forest have been handed transfer embargoes for the rest of the 2014/2015 season for being found to be in breach of Financial Fair Play rules.

Meanwhile, former Watford defender Nigel Gibbs has joined the coaching staff at Millwall.

During the weekend action, Bournemouth moved top of the Championship with a stunning 5-3 win over Cardiff City, while Middlesbrough leapfrogged former leaders Derby County into second place with a 2-0 win over the Rams.

At the bottom, the pressure intensified on Brighton and Hove Albion manager Sami Hyypia following a woeful 1-0 defeat at home to fellow strugglers Millwall, while Reading and Huddersfield Town fell to thumping 6-1 and 5-0 defeats at Birmingham City and Norwich City respectively.

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

Birmingham City: Blues teen sensation Demarai Gray has promised to ignore the speculation linking him with a move to the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Newcastle United, which was increased after his stunning hat-trick in a 6-1 win over Reading. (Birmingham Mail)

Blackburn Rovers: Gary Bowyer was unable to hide his frustration at his side's second successive defeat in the 3-1 reverse at Brentford and claimed he may need to ring the changes at home to Charlton Athletic next weekend to get a response from his side. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Bolton Wanderers: Neil Lennon is facing a huge selection dilemma up front after his striking crisis was exacerbated by a torn hamstring for loan frontman Joe Mason and suspected knee ligament damage for youngster Max Clayton. (The Bolton News)

Bournemouth: Striker Callum Wilson believes his relief at being able to get back on the goal trail was heightened by a sense of injustice during his side's 5-3 win over Cardiff after decisions went against him before his late strike. (Bournemouth Echo)

Brentford: Bees' loan midfielder Alex Pritchard is attracting interest from Premier League outfit QPR , with Harry Redknapp taking a watching brief for Mark Warburton's side's 3-1 win over Blackburn Rovers to keep tabs on the Tottenham Hotspur starlet. (Get West London)

Brighton and Hove Albion: Seagulls chairman Tony Bloom has refused to bow to fan pressure regarding Hyypia's future at the club despite calls for the Finn to be sacked following the desperate 1-0 defeat to Millwall. (The Argus)

Cardiff City: Bluebirds manager Russell Slade believes weekend conquerors Bournemouth are more than good enough to inflict more woe on Liverpool by sealing success in the quarter-finals of the Capital One Cup in midweek after the Cherries hit his side for five. (Wales Online)

Charlton Athletic: Midfielder Yoni Buyens has revealed the Addicks' frustration with their run of draws after racking up their 12th of the season in the 2-2 stalemate with Blackpool and says the players understood the fans' boos on the final whistle. (News Shopper)

Ipswich Town: Mick McCarthy has revealed it is far too early to be making predictions about who will finish where this season after seeing his side slip to fourth place after being held 0-0 at Bolton, with the top six teams continuing to trade places each week. (East Anglian Daily Times)

Middlesbrough: Manager Aitor Karanka is adamant his side can cope with a tough-looking Christmas schedule having already seen off former league leaders Derby 2-0, with the Teessiders facing a number of high-flying clubs in the next few weeks. (Gazette Live)

Millwall: Lions striker Lee Gregory has revealed his matchwinning strike at Brighton has filled him with confidence and has praised manager Ian Holloway - who described the frontman as the best £250,000 he has ever spent - for making him feel assured in front of goal. (News at Den)

Norwich City: Manager Neil Adams admitted he was quietly pleased with the way in which his side went about breaking down Huddersfield Town in the 5-0 weekend win, despite tangible frustration amongst the crowd before a second-half goal blitz. (Eastern Daily Press)

Reading: Stephen Kelly has moved to apologise for his side's abject 6-1 defeat at Birmingham and says he understands the fans' fury on the final whistle at St Andrew's after surrendering to a side the Royals defender believes his side should be competitive against. (Get Reading)

Sheffield Wednesday: Tom Lees has called on each and every one of the starting XI to take more responsibility for conceding goals to ease the pressure on the Owls' poor run in front of goal after the 1-0 weekend defeat to Wolves. (The Star)

Wigan Athletic: Malky Mackay believes James McClean can go on to become a striker option for the Latics after a dazzling display in a 2-1 defeat at Watford and the manager admits he was able to take various positives from the Vicarage Road loss. (Wigan Today)

Wolves: Manager Kenny Jackett felt his side had been the victims of a crisis in confidence during the recent five-match losing run and indicated he would have happily settled for a draw after a precious 1-0 win at Sheffield Wednesday. (Birmingham Mail)