What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?
Leeds United's hunt for a manager looks set to reach its conclusion imminently, while the futures of many other managers in the Championship remain up in the air.
Cardiff City and Fulham are on the lookout for new managers, having dispensed with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Felix Magath respectively last week.
Jose Riga's future at Blackpool remains up for discussion but looks to be increasingly safe, particularly after masterminding a 0-0 draw at Brighton and Hove Albion last weekend, but pressure remains firmly on Dougie Freedman at Bolton Wanderers after a woeful string of results.
Plus, there are plenty of transfer rumours continuing to do the rounds with the loan window presenting an opportunity for managers to bolster their squads.
For all the latest headlines from around the Championship, have a look at our summary below from various local newspapers.
Blackburn Rovers: Boss Gary Bowyer believes the imminent return of Tommy Spurr to first-team action illustrates the squad strength he has at his disposal, with a battle for the left-back spot against Markus Olsson set to ensue. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Blackpool: New striker Ishmael Miller is using words of wisdom he previously received from former strike partners Kevin Phillips and Nicolas Anelka to help him get off the mark with the Seasiders after failing to find the net in his opening seven games. (Blackpool Gazette)
Bolton Wanderers: Freedman was proud of his players during the 2-1 Capital One Cup loss at Chelsea despite exiting the competition after withstanding some intense pressure from the Premier League leaders at Stamford Bridge. (The Bolton News)
Brentford: Jonathan Douglas has sought to lift the lid on his Leeds United exit and the Bees midfielder concedes he did leave Elland Road under a cloud, but does not believe he has a point to prove on Saturday when the two teams go head-to-head. (Get West London)
Brighton and Hove Albion: Sami Hyypia believes his Seagulls side will have nothing to fear when they travel to Tottenham Hotspur in the Capital One Cup next month, after beating Burton Albion 3-0 to seal their place in the last 16. (The Argus)
Cardiff City: Russell Slade has arrived at Cardiff City's training ground ahead of talks with Bluebirds officials as the club close in on a replacement for Solskjaer, with Slade tendering his resignation at Leyton Orient yesterday evening. (Wales Online)
Derby County: Rams chief Steve McClaren believes loan star Jordon Ibe will have fans on the edge of their seats at the iPro Stadium this season after witnessing a star performance from the starlet in the Capital One Cup in over Reading. (Derby Telegraph)
Ipswich Town: The Tractor Boys' chances of snaring Jonathan Williams on loan from Crystal Palace may have hit a snag after the midfielder played a key midfield role during his side's 3-2 defeat to Newcastle United in the Capital One Cup. (East Anglian Daily Times)
Leeds United: Darko Milanic has revealed his confidence at coping with the pressure under Massimo Cellino in the Elland Road hotseat and promised his side would play "aggressive, dangerous" football. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Middlesbrough: Manager Aitor Karanka was unable to hide his delight at his side's brave, battling display in the Capital One Cup defeat at Liverpool, but is immediately shifting the focus for his players towards this weekend's trip to Charlton Athletic. (Gazette Live)
Millwall: Trialist Chris Eagles has been informed he must be able to prove his fitness immediately if he wants to secure a contract at the New Den by manager Ian Holloway, with his three-day spell at the club set to come to an end today. (News at Den)
Norwich City: Canaries boss Neil Adams is determined to put a stop to the poor defensive play which has cost his side dearly over the last week, with Birmingham City and then Shrewsbury Town profiting in successive games. (Eastern Daily Press)
Nottingham Forest: Stuart Pearce has admitted he faces something of a selection dilemma with his first-team squad after several youngsters, including goalscorer Jorge Grant, impressed in the 3-1 Capital One Cup defeat at Tottenham Hotspur. (Nottingham Post)
Reading: Royals shot-stopper Adam Federici has received an international call-up with Australia for upcoming friendlies against the United Arab Emirates and Qatar. (Get Reading)
Rotherham United: Luciano Becchio is determined to rediscover his golden touch in front of goal during his loan spell with the Millers and believes he can pose manager Steve Evans a selection headache once he reaches full fitness. (The Star)
Sheffield Wednesday: Owls boss Stuart Gray is adamant the 7-0 Capital One Cup drubbing at Manchester City will not serve to derail his side's positive start to the season and the manager is vowing to pick his men up after being punished by Manuel Pellegrini's side. (The Star)
Wigan Athletic: Ben Watson is set to hand manager Uwe Rosler a timely boost by returning to first-team training with the Latics as he steps up his recovery from a broken leg in February. (Wigan Today)
Wolves: Kenny Jackett is calling on his charges to share the goalscoring burden and help boost the club's lowly tally which has been the only blot on the copybook so far this season, with the Molineux outfit boasting the best defensive record in the division. (Birmingham Mail)