What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?

The transfer window is officially open for business, with plenty of managers around the division looking to make additions to their squad before the deadline, which falls on Monday February 2.

Scott Malone has become the first big mover in the Championship after completing his £100,000 move from Millwall to Cardiff City.

Charlton Athletic have made their first two signings of the window after sealing deals for Serbia under-21 international Marko Dmitrovic and Standard Liege forward Tony Watt.

Elsewhere, long-serving Millwall defender Paul Robinson has left the club after having his contract cancelled some 12 years since his first-team debut for the club, while Derby County have cut short the loan deal of Blackburn Rovers striker Leon Best after the arrival of Darren Bent.

Meanwhile, Ipswich Town have also been boosted after midfielder Darren Ambrose penned an extension to his Portman Road deal until the end of the season.

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

Birmingham City: Striker Clayton Donaldson believes his side must continue to look up and has targeted a spot in the play-off places at the end of the season and is confident they can retain the early standards set under Gary Rowett at the start of 2015. (Birmingham Mail)

Blackburn Rovers: Manager Gary Bowyer could be prepared to welcome back as many as four first-team players with Corry Evans and Alex Baptiste due to return and Grant Hanley and Josh King also pushing to come into contention. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Blackpool: The Seasiders are facing a battle to hang onto the services of midfielder Jamie O'Hara after talks over a new deal at Bloomfield Road for the former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder stalled, with defender Darren O'Dea in a similar situation. (Blackpool Gazette)

Bolton Wanderers: Neil Lennon has been handed a double dose of good news on the injury front after it emerged captain Matt Mills and winger Rob Hall's respective ankle injuries are not serious. (The Bolton News)

Brighton and Hove Albion: Seagulls boss Chris Hughton has warned fans it will be a difficult task to replace former loan signing Bent in the January transfer window after the Aston Villa man moved to Derby County upon the expiry of his spell at the Amex. (The Argus)

Cardiff City: The Bluebirds tied up the signing of Malone despite a sensational late bid from European heavyweights Borussia Dortmund and another could be on the way after it emerged their bid for Rotherham United striker Alex Revell has been accepted. (Wales Online)

Derby County: The Rams have been handed a boost after goalkeeper Lee Grant penned fresh terms on a one-year extension with the club to tie him down at the iPro Stadium until 2017. (Derby Telegraph)

Leeds United: Former striker Luciano Becchio has emerged as a primary target for manager Neil Redfearn after being included on a shortlist of players handed to owner Massimo Cellino as the Argentinian looks to escape his Norwich City nightmare. (Yorkshire Evening Post)

Middlesbrough: Ambitious central defender Daniel Ayala believes December was a productive month for Aitor Karanka's side , but felt his side could have done even better after a return of 10 points across the festive schedule. (Gazette Live)

Norwich City: The Canaries have drawn up a three-man shortlist for the managerial vacancy at Carrow Road after the exit of Neil Adams , with interim boss Mike Phelan a contender, but Neil Warnock looks unlikely to take the post. (Eastern Daily Press)

Nottingham Forest: A first loan signing of the window could soon be arriving at the City Ground as manager Stuart Pearce prepares to be reunited with England under-21 defender Todd Kane from Chelsea , after being recalled from a loan spell at Bristol City . (Nottingham Post)

Rotherham United: Defender Richard Brindley has revealed he is prepared to seek another loan deal if he is unable to force his way into the Millers' first team, despite opening the scoring as his side ultimately went down 5-1 to Bournemouth in the FA Cup third round. (The Star)

Sheffield Wednesday: Owls goalkeeper Chris Kirkland admitted he was relieved to pass a late fitness test to take his place in the side that narrowly lost out to Manchester City after suffering a freak injury in the build-up to the Etihad Stadium clash. (The Star)

Wigan Athletic: Manager Malky Mackay has revealed the Latics are working around the clock to bring in a new frontman ahead of this weekend's trip to Birmingham City , with Danny Graham heavily linked and defender Liam Ridgewell set to sign on loan. (Wigan Today)

Wolves: Kenny Jackett looks set to hand new deals to promising youngsters Ethan Ebanks-Landell and Dominic Iorfa after breaking into the first-team setup at Molineux this season. (Birmingham Mail)