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.
Norwich City have unveiled Hamilton Academical player-manager Alex Neil as the successor to Neil Adams to become the second youngest manager in the Football League behind Mansfield Town's Adam Murray.
Cardiff City have finally completed the reported £400,000 signing of Alex Revell from Rotherham United, with the Millers all set to seal loan deals for Huddersfield Town duo Adam Hammill and Danny Ward to add to the loan capture of Leicester City starlet Jack Barmby.
Several other clubs in the division have been busy too, with Watford moving to snap up Mexico's World Cup full-back Miguel Layun on a four-and-a-half-year deal in time to face Huddersfield this weekend.
Meanwhile, Blackpool have strengthened their ranks with the arrivals of defender Grant Hall on loan from Tottenham Hotspur and striker Saer Sene from New York Red Bulls and Wigan Athletic have also raided the MLS for Liam Ridgewell from Portland Timbers.
And Millwall have also added to their squad with the return of rangy striker Stefan Maierhofer.
For all the latest headlines from around the Championship, have a look at our summary below from various local newspapers and websites.
Birmingham City: Gary Rowett has revealed he will look to maintain his side's continuity against Wigan Athletic this weekend despite making 10 changes to his side for the 3-2 FA Cup win at Blyth Spartans last time out. (Birmingham Mail)
Blackburn Rovers: Manager Gary Bowyer has admitted his team selection for this weekend's Ewood Park clash with Wolves will be one of his most challenging during his tenure, with midfielder Jason Lowe the only definite absentee. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Bolton Wanderers: Neil Lennon is bracing himself for a January midfield clear-out with contract rebel Lee Chung-Yong potentially set to exit alongside reported Aston Villa and West Bromwich Albion target Jay Spearing and Medo Kamara. (The Bolton News)
Bournemouth: Cherries boss Eddie Howe believes his second Championship manager of the month win of the season is reward for his side's collective contribution after five wins from five in December. (Bournemouth Echo)
Brentford: The Bees have ended their pursuit of Watford central defender Tommie Hoban but manager Mark Warburton remains confident of adding to the signing of Rangers midfielder Lewis Macleod, despite missing out on Sturm Graz striker Marco Djuricin. (Get West London)
Brighton and Hove Albion: The Seagulls have cooled their interest in bringing back striker Glenn Murray from Crystal Palace after it emerged that he is only available for an emergency loan due to restrictions on the amount of clubs he can play for in 2014/2015. (The Argus)
Cardiff City: Bluebirds chief Russell Slade is predicting his side's return to the traditional blue shirts could come into action as early as tomorrow's clash with Fulham after a meeting between the club's supporters and the hierarchy prompted a rethink. (Wales Online)
Fulham: Cottagers boss Kit Symons believes playmaker Bryan Ruiz could be on the move before the transfer deadline, but only if any interested parties are willing to cough up the bulk of his £45,000-a-week wages. (Get West London)
Leeds United: Boss Neil Redfearn has pleaded for incoming transfers to be completed as soon as possible after confirming his interest in Norwich forward Luciano Becchio as he awaits owner Massimo Cellino's return from the US. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Middlesbrough: The Teessiders are working against the clock in a bid to rubber-stamp a loan move for Chelsea defender Tomas Kalas in time for a weekend trip to Reading, after Blues boss Jose Mourinho cut short his loan spell at Bundesliga outfit Cologne. (Gazette Live)
Millwall: The Lions have been dealt a significant transfer blow after talks with Rotherham winger Ben Pringle hit an impasse after being given permission by the Yorkshire outfit to discuss personal terms following an accepted £175,000 bid. (News at Den)
Norwich City: New manager Neil has suggested the primary incentive for him to move to Carrow Road was based on having total control of team affairs rather than any financial package after completing his switch from Hamilton. (Eastern Daily Press)
Nottingham Forest: Troubled manager Stuart Pearce insists he does retain the support of his players but believes it is important he offers them the support they require during one of his most testing spells in the job. (Nottingham Post)
Reading: Discussions between the Royals and an unnamed club, believed to be in China, for the permanent transfer of Royston Drenthe are now at an advanced stage as Steve Clarke looks to offload the 27-year-old from the wage bill. (Get Reading)
Rotherham United: New loan signing Barmby revealed a chat with fellow Leicester wonderkid and former Millers loanee Tom Lawrence convinced him to move to the New York Stadium. (The Star)
Sheffield Wednesday: Manager Stuart Gray has defended his decision to sell wideman Michail Antonio to weekend opponents Nottingham Forest in the summer, despite the 24-year-old's fine start to life at the City Ground, by insisting it was the right move for all parties. (The Star)
Watford: Boss Slavisa Jokanovic has revealed he has been impressed with Mexico international wing-back Layun's in the build-up to his move from Granada after watching him first-hand in training prior to his deal being completed. (Watford Observer)
Wolves: The Molineux outfit expect striker Kevin Doyle to return from Crystal Palace, but manager Kenny Jackett remains unsure over what the future holds for the 31-year-old frontman under Alan Pardew's new regime at Selhurst Park. (Birmingham Mail)