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.
For all the latest headlines from around the Championship, have a look at our summary below from various local newspapers.
Blackpool: Confusion surrounds the future of Seasiders manager Riga after he returned to Bloomfield Road at the weekend, despite suggestions he could be replaced by former Burnley, Bolton Wanderers and Wigan Athletic manager Owen Coyle and the Belgian could even take training today. (Blackpool Gazette)
Bolton Wanderers: Trotters defender Matt Mills has called for unity on and off the pitch after suffering a tough start to the season which has seen the club sit precariously in the bottom three. (The Bolton News)
Bournemouth: Cherries boss Eddie Howe has praised the potential of young winger Ryan Fraser and feels a full Scotland cap could be on the horizon. (Bournemouth Echo)
Brighton and Hove Albion: Aaron Hughes is relishing his new lease of life with the Seagulls and is upbeat about his start to life at the Amex despite losing his place to young Lewis Dunk in recent games. (The Argus)
Derby County: First-team coach Paul Simpson believes the Rams have plenty of room for improvement if they are to scale the same heights as last season, when they lost in the play-off final to QPR. (Derby Telegraph)
Fulham: Costa Rica World Cup star Bryan Ruiz has insisted he is fully committed to the Cottagers' cause after failing to secure a move away from the club in the transfer window and wants to arrest their worrying run of form. (Get West London)
Leeds United: The Whites plan to field new signings Adryan, Brian Montenegro and Dario Del Fabro in a development-squad game against Ipswich Town this afternoon. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Millwall: New loan signing Mathias Ranegie is hopeful his move can reboot his international career with Sweden and believes manager Erik Hamren will have no choice but to hand him an opportunity if he impresses under Ian Holloway at the New Den. (News at Den)
Nottingham Forest: Summer signing Michael Mancienne believes the rest of the Championship will fear his side after their flying start to the season while veteran Andy Reid has revealed everyone is buying into manager Stuart Pearce's work since taking charge of the club. (Nottingham Post)
Rotherham United: Millers manager Steve Evans will not allow reputations of his first-team players to play a part when considering his squad for the upcoming clash with Bournemouth, with new signings Jonson Clarke-Harris and Luciano Becchio both eyeing inaugural starts. (The Star)
Sheffield Wednesday: New signing Royston Drenthe has revealed he wants to let his football and not his reputation do the talking after the winger arrived at Hillsborough under something of a cloud after his turbulent time at Reading. (The Star)
Wigan Athletic: Latics striker Martyn Waghorn believes his side's fortunes in the opening stages of the season epitomises the up-and-down nature of the Championship. (Wigan Today)
Wolves: Club captain Sam Ricketts has been handed a lifeline by manager Kenny Jackett after the manager claimed a new deal could be on the cards despite the right-back playing just once in all competitions this season. (Birmingham Mail)