What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?

It was another busy weekend of action in the second tier, with the top two Derby County and Ipswich Town winning once again with comprehensive 3-0 and 4-1 wins over Brighton and Hove Albion and Leeds United respectively.

Brentford slipped to fifth courtesy of their 2-1 defeat at Huddersfield Town and Bournemouth and Middlesbrough both picking up all three points in trips to Wolves and Millwall, while Blackburn Rovers fell out of the top six after a late 2-1 home reverse to Sheffield Wednesday.

Watford replaced them with a simply stunning 5-0 win at Fulham while at the bottom Wigan Athletic fell to a 1-0 defeat to Norwich City at the DW Stadium while Blackpool picked up only their second win this season with a 1-0 success over Birmingham City.

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

Blackburn Rovers: Midfielder Corry Evans believes his side can show their mettle after Rovers' unbeaten run came to an end with a 2-1 home defeat to Sheffield Wednesday by launching another run without defeat. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Blackpool: Weekend matchwinner Steven Davies has revealed the 1-0 win over Birmingham City was the perfect afternoon for everyone involved with the Seasiders and is hoping to add more goals after becoming the club's joint-top goalscorer for the season. (Blackpool Gazette)

Bolton Wanderers: Manager Neil Lennon sang the praises of key defender and stand-in captain Matt Mills for his performance in the drab 0-0 draw at Reading as he helped shut out his former side despite the Royals boo boys taunting him from the first whistle. (The Bolton News)

Bournemouth: Midfielder Harry Arter has described Wolves defender Matt Doherty's challenge on Brett Pitman during the Cherries' 2-1 win at Molineux as "idiotic" after Kenny Jackett's side were reduced to nine men in a fiery encounter. (Bournemouth Echo)

Brentford: Frontman Andre Gray has admitted he hopes to emulate QPR striker Charlie Austin's rise up the leagues and scoring in each division as the Bees aim for Premier League football next term. (Get West London)

Brighton and Hove Albion: Experienced defender Bruno has revealed manager Sami Hyypia vented his anger at the players after a 3-0 defeat at Derby County but has insisted everyone is rallying together to try and move out of the relegation zone. (The Argus)

Cardiff City: Russell Slade has launched a desperate plea to his under-performing midfielders Kim Bo-Kyung and Ravel Morrison to start stepping up, delivering the goods and justifying their places in the side after a woeful performance in the 0-0 draw with Rotherham United. (Wales Online)

Charlton Athletic: Addicks boss Bob Peeters has heaped praise on young duo Callum Harriott and Nick Pope after being impressed with their respective performances at Nottingham Forest and revealed Harriott has thrived since simplifying his game. (News Shopper)

Ipswich Town: Tractor Boys manager Mick McCarthy has scoffed at the idea of his side looking at the teams placed in sixth and seventh as he focuses on maintain a run which has seen the East Anglians occupy second in the table behind Derby County. (East Anglian Daily Times)

Leeds United: Defender Giuseppe Bellusci is targeting a first-team return for next weekend's home clash with Fulham as manager Neil Redfearn looks to address the issues that troubled his side at the back in the 4-1 loss at Ipswich Town. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Middlesbrough: Manager Aitor Karanka has revealed he is certain loan striker Patrick Bamford will remain on Teesside until the end of the season despite his deal from Chelsea due to expire in January, with the Blues, Karanka and Bamford all keen to agree an extension. (Gazette Live)

Millwall: Lions boss Ian Holloway has admitted he may be forced to turn to some of the tried and tested players in his first-team squad after a demoralising 5-1 home reverse to a rampant Middlesbrough on Saturday. (News at Den)

Norwich City: Manager Neil Adams admitted he was on a hiding to nothing with his team selection prior to Saturday's morale-boosting 1-0 win at Wigan Athletic and was relieved to see his decisions pay off. (Eastern Daily Press)

Nottingham Forest: Boss Stuart Pearce has warned key midfielder Henri Lansbury he is putting his first-team position at risk after describing his collection of nine yellow cards this term as "ludicrous." (Nottingham Post)

Watford: Under-pressure Hornets boss Slavisa Jokanovic has brushed off the talk surrounding his future by insisting he does not have enough time on his hands to worry but admits he is aware of speculation. (Watford Observer)

Wigan Athletic: Frustrated Latics manager Malky Mackay admitted many of his misfiring charges were playing for their futures at the DW Stadium after a disappointing 1-0 defeat at home to Norwich. (Wigan Today)

Wolves: Jackett's side have launched an appeal to the two red cards shown to Rajiv van la Parra and Doherty in the heated 2-1 defeat at home to Bournemouth with the Molineux outfit awaiting a verdict from the FA. (Birmingham Mail)