Luton Town's divisional rivals could land Everton man as ex-Millwall star eyes first managerial role in League One

The January transfer window has three weeks left to go, and while it's been slow going thus far, the action is likely to ramp up in the coming days as the pressure grows for clubs to secure new signings.

Luton Town grabbed their place in the FA Cup fourth-round draw last weekend, after bagging a 1-0 win over divisional rivals Reading, with George Moncur sealing the win with the only goal of the game.

Next, the Hatters will look to keep their winning run going tomorrow evening, when they play host to Queens Park Rangers - a side they drew 1-1 with in their last meeting back in July.

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Scroll down to see the top stories doing the rounds in the Championship:

Rotherham United have been linked with a move for Stoke City defender Liam Lindsay. The 25-year-old, formerly of Barnsley, was linked with the likes of Huddersfield Town and Sheffield Wednesday last summer. (Stoke Sentinel)

Sheffield Wednesday-linked striker Dwight Gayle looks unlikely to leave Newcastle United on loan this month due to the cost of his wages, and could instead join Crystal Palace on a free transfer in the summer. (The Sun)

Bournemouth and Everton could be looking to strike a swap deal, with the former tipped to part company with in-demand forward Josh King in exchange for full-back Jonjoe Kenny. (Daily Echo)

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Middlesbrough are said to have knocked back enquiries from a host of Premier League sides for key man Marcus Tavernier. Leeds, Wolves and Leicester City have all been credited with an interest. (Team Talk)

Aston Villa are rumoured to be plotting a double transfer swoop from the Championship, with Reading's Michael Olise and Bournemouth's David Brooks both understood to be on Dean Smith's wish-list. (Mirror)

La Liga side Valencia may look to the Championship to sign a new midfielder, with Norwich City's Emi Buendia being touted as a more realistic target than current first-choice Harry Winks, who plays for Spurs. (Sport Witness)

Ex-Millwall and Everton star Tim Cahill has been named the bookies' firm favourite to become the new Fleetwood Town manager. If given the role, he'll be taking his first steps into football management. (Sky Bet)