What is happening elsewhere in the Championship?
Less than one week remains 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.
There was mixed transfer news for Wigan Athletic fans yesterday as winger Callum McManaman completed a £4.75m switch to West Bromwich Albion and summer signing Adam Forshaw moved to Middlesbrough for an undisclosed fee, but Latics boss Malky Mackay is closing in on the signings of Inverness Caledonian Thistle striker Billy McKay and Leeds United central defender Jason Pearce.
Cardiff City were also busy yesterday, sealing their fourth capture of the January transfer window by signing Stuart O'Keefe from Crystal Palace to add to deals for Alex Revell, Scott Malone and Lee Peltier.
Meanwhile, Birmingham City are believed to have rejected a fourth bid from Championship leaders Bournemouth for prized asset Demarai Gray, with the fee around the £3.5m mark.
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.
Blackburn Rovers: In-demand striker Rudy Gestede may be sidelined from his side's weekend clash with Fulham after it emerged he may have suffered a thigh strain in the 2-0 defeat at Derby County, but captain Grant Hanley will be fit to return. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Blackpool: The Seasiders are targeting their 50th player of the season, with West Ham United left-back Daniel Potts a target for manager Lee Clark while Trinidad and Tobago midfielder Khaleem Hyland is on trial at Bloomfield Road. (Blackpool Gazette)
Bolton Wanderers: Frustrated Neil Lennon has claimed he will take his complaint over refereeing standards in the Championship to Football League chief David Allinson after voicing his displeasure at Darren Drysdale's display in the 4-2 loss at Rotherham United. (The Bolton News)
Bournemouth: Winger Mohamed Coulibaly has vowed to fight for a new deal at the Goldsands Stadium having gained some much-needed momentum in his battle to reach full fitness. (Bournemouth Echo)
Brighton and Hove Albion: Influential playmaker Joao Teixeira admits he is aware he will not always be able to secure a starting berth in the Albion side due to the way and the position in which he plays. (The Argus)
Derby County: The Rams are being linked with a move for Hull City winger Tom Ince as boss Steve McClaren looks to seal a loan swoop for a replacement for the injured wideman Johnny Russell. (Derby Telegraph)
Leeds United: Former captain Pearce is on the verge of a move to relegation rivals Wigan following fresh discussions between the two clubs over a six-figure deal, despite Neil Redfearn's initial reluctance to lose him. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Middlesbrough: Left-back George Friend has warned his Boro teammates that their FA Cup heroics at Manchester City will count for nothing if they are unable to back it up with a result at fellow promotion chasers Brentford this weekend. (Gazette Live)
Millwall: Boss Ian Holloway has revealed several players have been informed that their futures lie elsewhere as the Lions go about restructuring the first-team playing squad after a £500,000 overhaul already in this transfer window. (News at Den)
Nottingham Forest: Skipper Chris Cohen says Stuart Pearce's side are still believing they are better than the Championship form book would suggest and is confident his side can take 10 points from a run of four games against some of the division's strugglers. (Nottingham Post)
Rotherham United: Millers manager Steve Evans has heaped praise on Matt Derbyshire after netting his first goal in open play for the club and insisted no-one deserved it more as the 28-year-old linked up with new signing Conor Sammon up front to see off Bolton 4-2. (The Star)
Sheffield Wednesday: Owls boss Stuart Gray believes new loanees Lewis Baker and Will Keane need time to get up to first-team match fitness and felt the state of the Hillsborough pitch was also responsible for below-par debuts for both. (The Star)