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.

Rotherham United have completed their 22nd signing of the season after swooping for Leicester City starlet Jack Barmby on a loan deal until the end of the season.

Nottingham Forest have made their first move of the transfer window by bringing in defender Todd Kane from Chelsea on a loan deal after he was recalled from a spell at League One outfit Bristol City.

Cardiff City are on the brink of making their second signing in Rotherham striker Alex Revell, meanwhile, after agreeing a fee with the Millers to add to the capture of Scott Malone from Millwall.

Elsewhere, Norwich City are closing in on the appointment of Hamilton Academical player-manager Alex Neil to replace Neil Adams, who resigned after a 2-0 FA Cup defeat at Preston North End.

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

Birmingham City: Midfielder David Davis has defiantly claimed that the Blues fear no-one as they look to carry their positive end to 2014 into the new year and boost hopes of reaching the top six. (Birmingham Mail)

Blackburn Rovers: Manager Gary Bowyer has challenged his players to be more ruthless in the second half of the campaign after becoming frustrated with his side's killer instinct in front of goal during the 2-1 FA Cup win at Charlton Athletic. (Lancashire Telegraph)

Blackpool: The Seasiders are closing in on two deals before this weekend's clash with Millwall but there are suggestions Ishamel Miller could be on the way out of Bloomfield Road, with Wigan Athletic lining him up as a potential striker addition. (Blackpool Gazette)

Bolton Wanderers: Winger Kris Commons could become Neil Lennon's latest signing at the Macron Stadium, with the Celtic man initially being eyed on a loan deal until the end of the season before being made into a permanent one. (The Bolton News)           

Brighton and Hove Albion: Seagulls boss Chris Hughton has welcomed several selection dilemmas ahead of his first league game in charge as his side visits Charlton Athletic, with Bruno, Joe Bennett, Adrian Colunga and Jake Forster-Caskey all in contention. (The Argus)           

Fulham: Cottagers goalkeeper Marcus Bettinelli is keen to go head-to-head with Holland international goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg for the No.1 jersey at Craven Cottage if the Dutchman returns from his season-long loan spell at Monaco in the summer. (Get West London)

Leeds United: The Whites have entered talks for former Leicester and Hibernian defender Sol Bamba on a loan deal from Serie A outfit Palermo, while Luciano Becchio's agent has encouraged a bid for the Norwich City frontman from Elland Road. (Yorkshire Evening Post)  

Millwall: The Lions could be set to beef up their scouting department by appointing a head of recruitment and the financial aspect of their recruitment drive could also be shifted in a revamp at the New Den. (News at Den)

Norwich City: The Canaries are on the verge of replacing Adams with a new manager with Hamilton boss Neil due to inform his players this morning that he will be making the switch to Carrow Road. (Eastern Daily Press)           

Nottingham Forest: New loan signing Kane is eager to get going at the City Ground after completing his move as boss Stuart Pearce hopes his arrival can act as a fillip to revive his side's fortunes in the Championship. (Nottingham Post)

Reading: Defender Shaun Cummings could be set to make a switch to Millwal lafter Lions boss Ian Holloway identified the right-back as one of his key targets after a recommendation from former Royals coach Nigel Gibbs. (Get Reading)             

Rotherham United: The Millers will not stop at Barmby and are eyeing a replacement for the seemingly outgoing Revell, with dialogue believed to have taken place with Chesterfield over the prospect of involving Matt Derbyshire in any bid for Spireites hotshot Eoin Doyle. (The Star)

Sheffield Wednesday: Goalkeeper Kieren Westwood believes not enough credit is given to manager Stuart Gray for the strides forward made by the club so far this season, with the Owls well-placed in 10th to launch an assault on the play-offs. (The Star)

Wigan Athletic: Manager Malky Mackay says the club are working tirelessly to ensure progress is made moving forward and is looking towards the summer transfer window to reassess his options. (Wigan Today)

Wolves: Manager Kenny Jackett has revealed the Molineux outfit are yet to receive any offers for out-of-favour central defender Roger Johnson as the club desperately look to offload the former captain from their wage bill. (Birmingham Mail)