- Berahino is 'the new Defoe'
Victor Anichebe considers promising West Bromwich Albion team-mate Saido Berahino to be of similar quality to Jermain Defoe.
- Foxes players star in outtakes vid
Leicester City's squad have done little to enhance their chances of a career on the stage with the release of this hilarious outtakes video.
- Darlow impressing scouts
A number of Premier League clubs are understood to be keeping tabs on Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Karl Darlow.
- Jackett shows off his ball skills
Wolves are riding high in Sky Bet League One - and they have a secret weapon in the form of manager Kenny Jackett judging by this video.
- Yeovil seek Miller extension
Yeovil Town are eager to extend Ishmael Miller's initial month-long loan deal with the striker becoming an immediate favourite at Huish Park.
- Heavy losses for Wolves
Wolves have announced losses of £33.1million for the year ended May 2013 in comparison to a profit of £2.2m 12 months previous.
- Anichebe to fight for place
Victor Anichebe has vowed to keep 'working hard' in his efforts to nail down a regular role at West Bromwich Albion.
- Clarke: Mulumbu is ambitious
Steve Clarke has no issue with Youssouf Mulumbu airing his ambition and hopes West Bromwich Albion can take him to those levels.
- Clarke pleased with resolve
West Brom boss Steve Clarke credited his players for their resolve in the 3-2 defeat at home to Manchester City.
- McClaren: We can play better
Steve McClaren admitted Derby were not at their best after a last-gasp 2-1 victory over his old club, 10-man Middlesbrough, while Aitor Karanka thought Curtis Main's sending off was harsh.
- City survive West Brom scare
Manchester City survived a scare to put their poor away form behind them with a 3-2 win over West Brom at the Hawthorns.
- Premier League round-up
David Moyes was humbled by his former club Everton as Manchester United's rocky start to the season continued and Luis Suarez scored four goals in Liverpool's thrashing of Norwich City.
- Derby see off Middlesbrough
Derby moved into the top six of the Sky Bet Championship after recording a 2-1 home win over 10-man Middlesbrough on Wednesday night.
- Chalobah in racist abuse claim
Nottingham Forest midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah claims he was subjected to racist abuse by a section of Millwall supporters during Tuesday night's Sky Bet Championship meeting.
- Quartet up for Champ award
Dougie Freedman, Oscar Garcia, Brian McDermott and Nigel Pearson are the contenders for the Sky Bet Championship Manager of the Month award.
- The chosen Ones
Much of the focus in League One this campaign has been on the struggles of pre-season favourites Sheffield United and Bristol City.
- Gray sees Wednesday potential
First-team coach Stuart Gray is confident Sheffield Wednesday's 2-1 win over Leicester will show prospective managers what can be achieved at Hillsborough.
- Lomas eyeing away improvement
Steve Lomas challenged his Millwall players to improve their away form despite claiming a 2-2 draw at Nottingham Forest, whose boss Billy Davies labelled his side "sloppy".
- McCarthy delight at changes
Mick McCarthy was left a delighted man after three of his new faces grabbed the goals in Ipswich's 3-1 win over Blackburn.
- Forest fight back for a point
Nottingham Forest came from behind twice to claim a 2-2 draw with Millwall at The Den.
- Wickham stuns Leicester
Connor Wickham scored twice as managerless Sheffield Wednesday came from behind to record a shock 2-1 win over leaders Leicester in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday.
- McClaren wants Dawkins deal
Derby County boss Steve McClaren will explore the possibility of landing Simon Dawkins on a permanent deal in January.
- Ram raid
Derby striker Chris Martin discusses Steve McClaren's impact at Pride Park and goal targets.
- Bressan attracting interest
Sky Sports understands a number of Championship clubs are chasing Belarus international Renan Bressan.
- Derby v Middlesbrough preview
Jamie Ward could return to the Derby squad for the visit of Middlesbrough.
- Berahino happy with new deal
Saido Berahino has thanked manager Steve Clarke for giving him a chance at West Bromwich Albion after signing a new contract.
- Sheff Weds v Leicester preview
Sheffield Wednesday caretaker-manager Stuart Gray will be without Lewis Buxton for Tuesday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Leicester at Hillsborough.
- Pearson won't get carried away
Nigel Pearson insists Leicester's players will not get carried away by their good start to the Sky Bet Championship season.
- Brown bids to bag gong
Phil Brown, Gary Rowett, James Beattie and John Ward are the contenders for the Sky Bet League Two Manager of the Month award.
- On the up
Wolves manager Kenny Jackett discusses the rebuilding project he has undertaken at Molineux.
- Clarke: Gera has key role here
West Brom boss Steve Clarke insists Zoltan Gera has a key role to play in his plans after making his return from injury.
- Milwall v N Forest preview
Millwall manager Steve Lomas is set to shuffle his pack for Tuesday's Sky Bet Championship clash with Nottingham Forest at The Den.
- Berahino signs West Brom deal
West Brom striker Saido Berahino has signed a 'new-and-improved' contract that will keep him at the club until June 2017.
- Davies made loan approaches
Nottingham Forest boss Billy Davies did try to recruit before the loan window closed, but is now turning his attention to January.
- Lambert offers Benteke backing
Paul Lambert has backed Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke to play his way out of a lean spell in front of goal.
- Coyle reacts to criticism
Owen Coyle told disgruntled Wigan fans to take a reality-check after a "horrible week" ended with a 3-1 loss to Derby, while Steve McClaren had sympathy for his opposite number.
- Derby spring surprise on Wigan
Three goals in the opening 29 minutes lifted Derby into the Sky Bet Championship play-off spots after a 3-1 win at Wigan, handing the Latics a third home defeat in nine days.
- Cook feels hard done by
Chesterfield boss Paul Cook he felt his side deserved to take something from Sunday's clash as they went down 3-2 at Newport.
- Exiles edge out Spireites
Newport claimed a dramatic 3-2 victory over 10-man Chesterfield in a five-goal thriller at Rodney Parade on Sunday.
- Clarke: We were too passive
West Brom boss Steve Clarke felt his side were not at the races after falling to a 2-1 defeat by Newcastle at St James' Park.
- Chelsea top agents payments
Chelsea have doubled their payments to agents over the last year according to figures released by the Premier League.
- Derry: Timing of goal killed us
Shaun Derry admits conceding on the stroke of half-time knocked the stuffing out of Notts County in their 1-0 loss to Brentford.
- Smith calls for more patience
Walsall boss Dean Smith urged Saddlers supporters to stick with him and his players after a fourth league loss of the season.
- Summerfield hails McGurk
Assistant boss Kevin Summerfield praised Adam McGurk for his eighth goal of the season in Burton's hard-fought 1-0 win at Plymouth.
- Pressley hails Coventry display
Steven Pressley hailed Coventry's second-half display and singled out debutant Chris Maguire as they beat MK Dons 3-1.
- Jackett blasts ref Madley
Kenny Jackett let rip at Bobby Madley after the official was involved in more penalty controversy in Wolves' 1-0 loss to Peterborough.
- Sissoko fires Newcastle fifth
A thunderbolt from Moussa Sissoko helped Newcastle on their way to a fourth straight Premier League victory after a 2-1 success against West Brom.
- Bostwick strike sinks Wolves
Skipper Michael Bostwick smashed in a stunning free-kick as Peterborough climbed out of their slump in style by sinking Wolves 1-0.
- Newport v Chesterfield preview
Team news for Sunday's League Two clash between Newport County and Chesterfield at Rodney Parade (kick-off 1pm).
- Walsall v Port Vale preview
Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Walsall and Port Vale at Bescott Stadium.
- Legzdins happy to be back
Derby goalkeeper Adam Legzdins is delighted to be back in action after making a quicker than expected return to fitness.
- Wigan v Derby preview
Will and Michael Keane could play against each other in Sunday's Sky Bet Championship clash between Wigan and Derby at the DW Stadium.
- Coventry owners win court date
Coventry's owners have been granted a judicial review into a £14m council loan made to Ricoh Stadium operators Arena Coventry Limited.
- Peterborough v Wolves preview
Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Peterborough and Wolverhampton Wanderers at London Road.
- Notts Co v Brentford preview
Team news for Saturday's League One clash between Notts County and Brentford at Meadow Lane.
- McGurk attracting interest
Sky Sports understands a number of Championship clubs are keeping tabs on Burton Albion forward Adam McGurk.
- Plymouth v Burton preview
Team news for Saturday's League Two clash between Plymouth Argyle and Burton Albion at Home Park.
- Yeovil complete triple swoop
Yeovil have completed the loan signings of Liverpool striker Adam Morgan, Nottingham Forest striker Ishmael Miller and Everton midfielder John Lundstram.
- United loan out Keane twins
Manchester United have allowed twin brothers Michael and Will Keane to leave the club on emergency loan deals.
- Minstermen loan McCarey
Wolves goalkeeper Aaron McCarey has signed a new contract and immediately gone out on loan to League Two side York.
- Maguire makes Coventry move
Coventry have made their third loan signing of the day with the capture of Chris Maguire from Sheffield Wednesday.
- Freedman offers Davies hope
Dougie Freedman has assured Bolton striker Craig Davies his future remains at the Reebok Stadium after a loan move to Wolves fell through.
- Seaborne signs for Sky Blues
Coventry have completed the signing of Yeovil defender Dan Seaborne on loan until January.
- Derby loan keeper to Gresley
Derby goalkeeper Mats Morch has joined non-league Gresley FC on loan until January 4, 2014.
- No loan exit for WBA's Dorrans
Graham Dorrans is staying with West Brom until January after talks with Nottingham Forest and Reading collapsed.
- Dagnall loaned to Coventry
League One outfit Coventry have signed striker Chris Dagnall on an emergency loan deal from Barnsley.
- Smith: Draw was a fair result
Dean Smith felt Walsall's 1-1 draw at Sheffield United was a fair result but was disappointed they didn't take all three points.
- Camp extends Bournemouth spell
West Brom goalkeeper Lee Camp will remain at Bournemouth after extending his loan spell until January 1.
- Promising signs for Jackett
Kenny Jackett hailed Wolves's professionalism after they beat in-form Tranmere 2-0 to move back to the top of League One.
- Pressley upbeat despite defeat
Coventry boss Steven Pressley remained upbeat despite watching his side lose their way in a 3-0 home defeat to Rotherham.
- Richardson: We lacked spark
- Albrighton returns to Villa
On-loan Wigan winger Marc Albrighton has returned to parent club Aston Villa.
- Derby wait on Ward scan
Derby are keeping their fingers crossed on Jamie Ward's fitness after sending the forward for a precautionary scan on his knee.
- Jepson joy as Nardiello nets
Bury caretaker boss Ronnie Jepson hailed goal-hero Daniel Nardiello after his strike clinched a 1-0 win against Hartlepool.
- Rowett happy with home win
Burton boss Gary Rowett was delighted as the Brewers moved to within three points of the top spot with a 1-0 win over Mansfield.
- Westwood: We're a real team
Ashley Westwood says Aston Villa are 'a real team now' with boss Paul Lambert having instilled a 'never-say-die spirit'.
- Blades held by Saddlers
Sheffield United had to settle for a point despite taking the lead at home to Walsall as the two teams shared a 1-1 draw.
- Wolves down Rovers to go top
Dave Edwards netted his first goal of the season as Wolves comfortably beat Tranmere 2-0 at Molineux.
- Billy whizz holds missing Kee
Billy Kee came off the bench to grab a 1-0 win for Burton over struggling Mansfield at the Pirelli Stadium.
- Coventry suffer Millers mauling
Rotherham claimed an impressive 3-0 victory at Coventry thanks to three goals in 15 second-half minutes.
- Cobblers earn rare away point
- Magpies hold out for a point
Notts County survived an onslaught from Bradford to earn their second away point of the season in a 1-1 draw at Valley Parade.
- Crocked Cohen thanks fans
Nottingham Forest captain Chris Cohen has thanked the club's fans for their support following the news that he will miss the rest of the season through injury.
- Clubs eye Dorrans deal
A number of Championship sides are trying to land West Bromwich Albion midfielder Graham Dorrans.