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 could be the first big mover, with the Millwall left-back set to have a medical with Cardiff City after Bluesbirds boss Russell Slade saw a £100,000 bid accepted for the 23-year-old.
Meanwhile, Derby County chief executive Sam Rush has dismissed suggestions manager Steve McClaren could be set to leave the club to take up the vacant managerial post at Newcastle United after Alan Pardew left Tyneside for Crystal Palace.
Elsewhere, on FA Cup weekend, Chris Hughton secured a win in his first match in charge of Brighton and Hove Albion at Brentford with a 2-0 success, while Ipswich Town forced a replay at high-flying Premier League outfit Southampton.
The other second-tier clubs through to the fourth round are Birmingham City, Blackburn Rovers, Bolton Wanderers, Bournemouth, Derby, Middlesbrough and Reading, while Fulham and Wolves face a replay after a 0-0 draw, as do Millwall following their 3-3 thriller with Bradford City.
For all the latest headlines from around the Championship, have a look at our summary below from various local newspapers and websites.
Birmingham City: Manager Gary Rowett believes his side should not be overly concerned with targeting a big club in tonight's FA Cup fourth-round draw after insisting a tie involving the Blues themselves should be an attractive proposition to other clubs. (Birmingham Mail)
Blackburn Rovers: Two-goal hero Chris Taylor believes his side's 2-1 FA Cup win at Championship rivals Charlton Athletic was the perfect start to 2015 for his side and hopes it can kick-start a true run in the competition this season. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Blackpool: Lee Clark felt his side deserved a replay at the very least from their narrow 1-0 FA Cup defeat at Aston Villa and praised his charges for their efforts as Paul Lambert's men were made to fight all the way for their win. (Blackpool Gazette)
Bolton Wanderers: Neil Lennon is close to tying down three players to new deals, with Matt Mills, Neil Danns and Darren Pratley all in line for extensions while a new signing could be on the way in the form of former Slovan Bratislava winger Marko Milinkovic. (The Bolton News)
Bournemouth: Forward Yann Kermorgant believes his side's second-half glut of goals in the 5-1 FA Cup win at Rotherham United was due to a second-half surge of intensity from the supporting cast of players behind him after notching two assists and two goals. (Bournemouth Echo)
Brighton and Hove Albion: Striker Chris O'Grady admits he is unsure where his future lies after being recalled from a loan spell at League One outfit Sheffield United and scoring in the 2-0 win at Brentford upon his return. (The Argus)
Cardiff City: The Bluebirds' move to sign Islam Feruz is back on after a dramatic u-turn from the young Chelsea forward saw him personally contact manager Slade to engineer a move from Stamford Bridge. (Wales Online)
Charlton Athletic: Defender Andre Bikey has pleaded with manager Bob Peeters to reinforce his squad with a new physical targetman after the Addicks' slump in form continued with the disappointing 2-1 home defeat to Blackburn in the FA Cup. (News Shopper)
Fulham: Cottagers goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli has admitted he is hoping for a fourth-round FA Cup tie with Liverpool, but is refusing to think too far ahead with a replay at Wolves still to navigate to ensure progress. (Get West London)
Leeds United: Defender Liam Cooper felt his side were unfortunate to go down 1-0 at Sunderland in the FA Cup but feels his side must focus on a performance which can be built on in the second half of the league campaign. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Middlesbrough: Striker Jelle Vossen has expressed the Boro squad's shock and devastation after Rhys Williams suffered a shattering injury blow in the FA Cup win at Barnsley after fears he may have suffered a recurrence of the Achilles rupture which sidelined him for a year. (Gazette Live)
Millwall: Lions boss Ian Holloway believes left-back Malone has been affected in recent weeks by the interest shown in him by Cardiff City and conceded it could have been responsible for some of his performances. (News at Den)
Norwich City: Manager Neil Adams looked to lay down the law to his side after an abject FA Cup defeat at Preston North End and has admitted he will not be afraid to draft in new blood should his players continue to underperform. (Eastern Daily Press)
Nottingham Forest: Beleaguered boss Stuart Pearce has pledged to come out fighting after his side's crisis took a turn for the worse with a dire 1-0 defeat at League One outfit Rochdale in the FA Cup. (Nottingham Post)
Reading: FA Cup goalscoring hero Nick Blackman has revealed he is hoping for a trip to boyhood club Manchester United in the fourth-round draw this evening after stepping off the bench to fire the winner in the 1-0 win at Huddersfield Town. (Get Reading)
Sheffield Wednesday: Former Owls loanee Royston Drenthe is on the verge of a switch to an unnamed club in China after being recalled from Hillsborough by Reading last week. (The Star)
Watford: On-loan midfielder Keith Andrews is hoping a club will come to the rescue during the January transfer window to rescue him from his Vicarage Road exile after a public fall-out with manager Slavisa Jokanovic . (Watford Observer)
Wigan Athletic: Manager Malky Mackay is set to step up his recruitment drive this week by looking to bring in one or two players to bolster his squad for the second half of the season. (Wigan Today)
Wolves: Kenny Jackett has conceded he must use the transfer window to his advantage by bringing in a wideman to compensate for the absence of Bakary Sako during the next month, with the winger due to join up with Mali for the African Cup of Nations. (Birmingham Mail)