Here are Tuesday 22nd April's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Burnley boss Dyche hails incredible promotion feeling (Lancashire Telegraph): Sean Dyche believes Burnley's promotion to the Premier League must rank as a 'historic' achievement in English football.
Dexter Blackstock charged with breaking FA betting rules (Daily Mail): Nottingham Forest striker Dexter Blackstock has been charged in relation to breaking the Football Association's betting rules.
Aaron Kuhl wanted by Man City as Manuel Pellegrini lines up Reading youngster (Daily Mail): Manchester City are keen on Reading's spring-haired teenage midfielder Aaron Kuhl.
Latics announce training ground plans (Wigan Today): Wigan Athletic has announced its plans for a new training facility on the former site of Charnock Richard golf course.
Kenny Jackett targets points record as Wolves win League One (Express and Star): Jubilant Kenny Jackett today urged his Wolves champions to smash the points record after winning the League One title.
Cooper hails Pritchard's farewell to the County Ground display (Swindon Advertiser): Alex Pritchard has played in front of a County Ground crowd for the final time under the terms of his loan agreement.
Joe Jacobson 'heartbroken' as Shrewsbury Town edge closer to relegation (Shropshire Star): Shrewsbury Town defender Joe Jacobson says he is 'heartbroken' and 'embarrassed' after Town slid to within touching distance of relegation yesterday.
Stevenage relegation: Graham Westley remains 'humble' (BBC Three Counties Radio): Stevenage boss Graham Westley has said relegation to League Two must come with a sense of realism.
John Sheridan unable to explain Plymouth Argyle's end-of-season collapse (Plymouth Herald): Manager John Sheridan has admitted he is struggling to come up with reasons for Plymouth Argyle's end-of-season collapse.
Awford calls for quick decision (The News): Andy Awford has called on Pompey to make a quick decision over his managerial future
Oxford United boss refuses to throw in the towel (Oxford Mail): Gary Waddock refused to give up on Oxford United reaching the play-offs, but a 1-0 defeat at Scunthorpe United left them needing a miracle.
Gary Rowett proud after Burton Albion clinch play-off spot for second consecutive year (Burton Mail): Gary Rowett says Burton Albion can be proud of what they have achieved this season after they sealed a League Two play-off spot for the second season running.
These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.