Here are Thursday 13th February's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Rovers striker David Gooodwillie hopes move will kick-start career (Lancashire Telegraph): Blackburn Rovers striker David Goodwillie hopes his loan move to Sky Bet Championship rivals Blackpool will get his career back on track.
Bolton Wanderers frustrated in bid to sign West Bromwich Albion's Macedonian Goran Popov (The Bolton News): Wanderes have failed in their efforts to bring West Brom defender Goran Popov to the Reebok on loan.
Coventry City line-up summer swoop for Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd (Daily Record): Sky Blues boss Steven Pressley wants to hand the former Rangers and Middlesbrough frontman, who has hit 15 goals this season, a return to English football.
Matty James - Leicester City prepared for promotion run-in (BBC East Midlands Today): Midfielder Matty James believes the experience of last season's miserable run in February and March will benefit Leicester City this time around.
Millwall chairman vows to fight on despite land sale (South London Press): Millwall chairman John Berylson says he is determined to battle on for the club despite being betrayed by Lewisham council.
Brentford duo close to signing new deals (GetWestLondon): Brentford duo Richard Lee and Kevin O'Connor are close to agreeing new one-year deals at Griffin Park.
Bolton Wanderers manager 'does not fear for job' (BBC Radio Manchester): Bolton Wanderers manager Dougie Freedman says he does not fear for his position despite more frustration at the Reebok Stadium.
Keohane hoping to become creative force (Exeter Express and Echo):Jimmy Keohane is hoping to be the man to benefit from Alan Gow's departure by becoming Exeter City's main creative threat.
Stanley boss Beattie insists he is committed to Reds (Lancashire Telegraph): Accrington Stanley boss James Beattie says he has reassured his players that there has been no official approach from Oxford United for his services.
Gary Rowett would love a repeat of February 2013 for his Burton Albion side (Burton Mail): Gary Rowett reckons a repeat of Burton Albion's tremendous form of a year ago will be needed to fire them right into contention for the League 2 top three.
Walsall's Romaine Sawyers backs 'healthy competition' (Express & Star): Romaine Sawyers reckons Walsall's players are ready to put team ambition ahead of personal pride as the Play-Off race intensifies.
Rovers look to create flawless diamond (Liverpool Echo): Tranmere Rovers manager Ronnie Moore is examining new ways of solving a thorny tactical equation at Prenton Park - how to accommodate the most talented performers from his Tranmere squad into an effective formation.
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