Leeds boss Steve Evans has admitted his interest in signing Everton's Aiden McGeady.
The winger is chasing first team football ahead of Euro 2016 and the Toffees are happy to let him leave on loan.
The Republic of Ireland international is close to the top of Evans' shopping list, but they could face a battle to land him - he's desperate to remain in the Premier League.
They could also face competition from Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday , who are said to be interested in a loan deal for McGeady.
And Everton are popular with eagle-eyed Championship managers - Darron Gibson is also said to be a loan target for the Owls.
Wolves are chasing Walsall pair Tom Bradshaw and Rico Henry.
Both players have garned extensive interest from around the Championship, and Huddersfield Town were linked with striker Bradshaw earlier in the window.
Now Wolves have stepped up their interest, but play-off chasing Walsall are likely to play hardball with under a week left of the window.
Gaston Ramirez's loan deal with Middlesbrough should pave the way for Birmingham City to land Diego Fabbrini.
The Italian is on a one year loan deal from Watford without a January recall clause, but he could find playing time restricted now Ramirez has made the move to the North East.
Hull City are pushing hard to land Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford.
After a successful spell with Boro last season it was thought he would go from strength to strength with Crystal Palace this term, but he chose to terminate his loan deal with the Eagles earlier this month due to lack of playing time.
Norwich and Boro are also interested, with Chelsea ready to cash in and let Bamford go on a permanent deal.
Bournemouth are targeting QPR winger Matt Phillips to aid their injury crisis.
Junior Stanislas has become the latest player to be struck down with a knee problem and Cherries boss Eddie Howe is desperate to bolster his squad.
Benik Afobe and Lewis Grabban have already made moves to the South Coast this month.
Preston North End have looked at bringing in Bolton winger Liam Feeney to boost their squad for the second half of the season.
The trotters are in financial difficulties and could lose a number of stars - and fellow Lancashire outfit PNE are ready to capitalise.
Charlton are also said to be interested in the 29-year-old, who can play on the right or in the centre.
Bolton Wanderers striker Shola Ameobi has offered to play for the Trotters for free for the rest of the season - but they'll have to turn him down.
The former Newcastle striker's contract has expired at the Macron Stadium, and Bolton are under a transfer embargo meaning they cannot register contracts with the Football League.