What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?

Just four days remain in this year's January transfer window, with deadline day this year falling on Monday February 2, so managers around the division will be desperately looking to make additions to their squad.

Wigan Athletic look set to be the busiest side over the next few days, with deals to sign Leeds United defender Jason Pearce and Inverness Caledonian Thistle striker Billy McKay set to go through.

Charlton Athletic added to their squad yesterday with the arrival of midfielder Christophe Lepoint from Belgian side KAA Gent but striker George Tucudean has left The Valley to Romanian outfit Steaua Bucharest on an 18-month loan.

Blackburn Rovers have sealed a deal for Bolton's Jay Spearing, with the Trotters themselves bringing in Ben Amos on loan from Manchester United and Rotherham United have signed Jack Hunt from Crystal Palace for the rest of the season.

Meanwhile, Brighton and Hove Albion boss Chris Hughton is confident he can keep striker Chris O'Grady despite continuous links to League One side Sheffield United.

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

Birmingham City: Blues boss Gary Rowett has conceded a central defender is top of his shopping list to replace the injured Michael Morrison but insists he has enough options in the form of Jonathan Spector and Jonathan Grounds in the interim. (Birmingham Mail)

Blackburn Rovers: Manager Bowyer has made his first addition of the January transfer window with a loan deal for out-of-favour Bolton midfielder Spearing for the rest of the season. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Blackpool: Confusion surrounds the future of Seasiders loan keeper Joe Lewis after manager Lee Clark hit back at suggestions he moved to cancel the Cardiff City shot-stopper's contract early. (Blackpool Gazette)

Bolton Wanderers: Any work done by Neil Lennon in the final few days of the transfer window will hinge on the future of contract rebel Lee Chung-Yong, who has attracted interest from Crystal Palace. (The Bolton News)

Brentford: Bees boss Mark Warburton admits he is spurred on by the 4-0 thrashing Middlesbrough inflicted on his side earlier this season and believes there is a score to settle against Aitor Karanka's men in the early kick-off this weekend. (Get West London)

Brighton and Hove Albion: Seagulls manager Hughton has admitted he would be happy if the window was to shut now after completing the signings of three players and holding onto O'Grady. (The Argus)

Cardiff City: The Bluebirds have been dealt a huge fitness blow after it emerged central defender Ben Turner could miss the rest of the season after sustaining ankle ligament damage in the FA Cup defeat to Reading. (Wales Online)

Charlton Athletic: New signing Lepoint has revealed his move to England is a dream come true and believes he has all the attributes to settle quickly and boost the Addicks' wavering form. (News Shopper)

Fulham: Cottagers boss Kit Symons admits he would not be averse to the idea of weekend opponents Blackburn Rovers losing front duo Rudy Gestede and Jordan Rhodes ahead of the trip to Ewood Park, but admits his side are prepared to face both. (Get West London)

Ipswich Town: Tractor Boys forward Noel Hunt has lavished praise on top scorer Daryl Murphy by insisting his fellow frontman makes the jobs of everyone else that bit easier with his style at the tip of Mick McCarthy's attack. (East Anglian Daily Times)

Leeds United: New centre back Sol Bamba has revealed his determination to make his first-team debut for the club in tomorrow's derby clash at Huddersfield Town after escaping from a dead end at Palermo. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Middlesbrough: Manager Karanka has paid tribute to chairman Steve Gibson for his role in helping the Teessiders in their push for promotion after sanctioning deals like the one for Adam Forshaw to provide the club with a formidable squad. (Gazette Live)

Millwall: The Lions are set to miss out on a deal for Dutch second division striker Kevin van Veen despite making a late attempt to hijack his proposed move to Scunthorpe United, with the Iron now in pole position to complete a move. (News at Den)

Norwich City: The proposed transfer of left-back Martin Olsson to Swansea City has stalled, according to manager Alex Neil, who is hoping to do some business of his own in the final few days of the transfer window. (Eastern Daily Press)

Nottingham Forest: Teenage Aston Villa starlet Jack Grealish is Forest boss Stuart Pearce's No.1 target for the remainder of the transfer window, with Paul Lambert's side successfully sealing a loan move for fellow winger Scott Sinclair from Manchester City. (Nottingham Post)

Reading: New loan midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah has claimed he could not turn down the opportunity to join a big club in the shape of the Royals and believes the Madejski Stadium is the best place for him to develop after joining from Chelsea. (Get Reading)

Rotherham United: Millers manager Steve Evans has indicated his side could be active in the transfer window right up until the deadline and suggested as many as three more could still arrive after sealing a deal for Crystal Palace right-back Hunt. (The Star)

Sheffield Wednesday: The Owls are on the verge of snapping up Romanian striker Sergiu Bus from Bulgarian outfit CSKA Sofia, with the 22-year-old set for a medical ahead of his reputed £375,000 move. (The Star)

Watford: Hornets boss Slavisa Jokanovic thinks his side's trip to leaders Bournemouth will be the true test of their promotion credentials and urged his players to put the emphatic wins secured against Fulham, Charlton Athletic and Blackpool behind them. (Watford Observer)

Wigan Athletic: The Latics are facing a race against time to complete deals for Inverness striker McKay and Leeds stopper Pearce, who has been earmarked by manager Mackay as someone who can replace the departed Ramis. (Wigan Today)