LIVE UPDATES: Championship transfer news as it happens in January
Now that the January transfer window is open for business, football's rumour mill has gone into overdrive.
A number of deals have already been done and confirmed, while media speculation suggests a lot more are in the pipeline.
Bristol City are among those clubs looking to spend as they seek to stay in the Championship and manager Derek McInnes anticipates a busy month of players coming and going at Ashton Gate.
So far, City have been linked with Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban and Blackpool full-back Neil Eardley, but McInnes needs to move players out before he can recruit and no new faces are expected at Ashton Gate before Saturday's FA Cup third round tie against Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park.
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Elsewhere, business has been slow in the second tier, although a number of deals appear to be in the offing.
Here is our latest club-by-club round-up of all transfer business in the Championship.
Blackburn Rovers: Caretaker manager Gary Bowyer has completed his first January signing, landing 20-year-old Norway striker Josh King for an undisclosed fee following a successful spell at Ewood Park on loan from Manchester United.
Bolton Wanderers: Sky Sports have linked Premier League Swansea City with a possible move for Trotters defender Marco Alonso.
Charlton Athletic: Sky Sports understands Aston Villa, Fulham and Reading are all tracking midfielder Ben Pritchard, who has been a revelation since he left non-league football behind for the Addicks 18 months ago. Striker Rob Hulse has returned to QPR at the end of his loan spell.
Crystal Palace: Wilfried Zaha's price to join Arsenal has been slashed from 5/4 to 2/7 on overnight following a flurry of flutters, with previous favourites Manchester United's price drifting out to 7/2 from 3/1.
Hull City: The Tigers are working on two deals according to manager Steve Bruce, with the club on the brink of signing loanee David Meyler permanently from Sunderland and keen to extend the loan stay of Manchester United's Robbie Brady.
Ipswich Town: Manager Mick McCarthy is still hopeful that he can land top-scorer DJ Campbell on a permanent deal from QPR.
Leeds United: Manager Neil Warnock says the club are still working to bring former loanee Michael Tonge back to Elland Road from Stoke City. The Whites are also hoping to keep Jerome Thomas although other sides have expressed an interest in signing the West Brom winger. Meanwhile, defender Alan Tate has extended his loan deal from Swansea City until the end of January.
Millwall: Having scotched reports linking them with Bristol City striker Steven Davies, the Lions are now considering a bid for out-of-favour Reading raider Simon Church.
Peterborough United: Manager Darren Ferguson has made a successful habit of plundering the lower leagues for players capable of making their mark in the Championship. Next on his shopping list, according to The Sun, is Port Vale striker Tom Pope.
Sheffield Wednesday: Boss Dave Jones is looking to bolster his forward line now that striker Jay Bothroyd has returned to QPR at the end of his loan deal.