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.
Derby County are up to second in the Championship with a 2-0 win over Blackburn Rovers thanks to a Darren Bent brace, while Rotherham United moved five points away from Millwall, who themselves drew 0-0 at Reading, with a stunning 4-2 win over Bolton Wanderers.
The Rams have had an approach for QPR duo Matt Phillips and Junior Hoilett turned down, while Blackpool experience mixed fortunes on the transfer front as Partick Thistle right-back Stephen O'Donnell rejected a £100,000 move before the Seasiders snapped up Manchester United midfielder Joe Rothwell on loan for the rest of the season.
Meanwhile, Cardiff City are on the verge of signing Crystal Palace midfielder Stuart O'Keefe, Bolton have sealed a loan swoop for Benfica midfielder Rochinha and Dan Burn yesterday penned a new one-year deal at Fulham.
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: Manager Gary Bowyer admitted he was furious with his players for the manner of goals they conceded in the 2-0 defeat at Derby after suggesting his side had frustrated their hosts for large parts of the game. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Blackpool: Goalkeeper Joe Lewis has been left in limbo after the Seasiders failed in an attempt to cancel his loan deal from Cardiff City, with the Bluebirds refusing to bow to Lee Clark's plans as he looks to avoid paying a £40,000 appearances-related clause. (Blackpool Gazette)
Bolton Wanderers: Frustrated Neil Lennon bemoaned poor refereeing after his side's surprise 4-2 defeat at Rotherham but felt his players were also their own worst enemies at the New York Stadium. (The Bolton News)
Bournemouth: Striker Yann Kermorgant believes his performances since arriving at Dean Court have shown he has much more to offer to the Cherries than simply being a targetman. (Bournemouth Echo)
Brighton and Hove Albion: The Seagulls had to beat off late competition from Bolton to seal the signing of midfielder Beram Kayal from Celtic, with the 26-year-old's £325,000 move still subject to a work permit. (The Argus)
Cardiff City: The Bluebirds look set to miss out on the loan signing of Stoke City central defender Robert Huth, with the German believed to be a target for numerous Premier League clubs despite Russell Slade making an offer. (Wales Online)
Derby County: Rams defender Ryan Shotton believes new loan forward Bent has given Steve McClaren's promotion-chasing side a new dimension in attack after netting three goals in his opening two games. (Derby Telegraph)
Fulham: Cottagers winger Alex Kacaniklic has urged team-mate Bryan Ruiz to stay at Craven Cottage and help Kit Symons' side climb up the Championship table, as Valencia register their interest in the Costa Rican. (Get West London)
Leeds United: Manager Neil Redfearn believes the arrival of Steve Thompson from Huddersfield Town has helped the Whites to start finding their groove in the Championship after a stop-start beginning to his permanent role at Elland Road. (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Millwall: Ian Holloway believes his side's spirited performance in the 0-0 draw at Reading offers the club's supporters renewed hope in their battle to avoid relegation after Jos Hooiveld's superb defensive display on his debut helped the Lions to a clean sheet. (News at Den)
Nottingham Forest: Midfielder Ben Osborn has revealed he is happy to help out in a wider role for Stuart Pearce's side after becoming an integral member of the starting XI in recent weeks out on the wing. (Nottingham Post)
Reading: Boss Steve Clarke reacted angrily to questions on his team selection following a turgid 0-0 draw with relegation-threatened Millwall at the Madejski Stadium after raising eyebrows with the exclusion of Garath McCleary from his starting XI. (Get Reading)
Wigan Athletic: Latics chief Malky Mackay could be about to make his first serious play in the transfer market by bringing in Inverness Caledonian Thistle striker Billy McKay for £150,000 to bring some much-needed firepower to the DW Stadium. (Wigan Today)