Here are Monday 2nd June's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
AFC Bournemouth: Loan spell at Peterborough helped Josh McQuoid (Bournemouth Echo): Josh McQuoid feels game time at Peterborough last season was vital for his development after finding his chances limited at Cherries.
Derby County would be good move for me says West Bromwich Albion midfielder George Thorne (Derby Telegraph): George Thorne says he would be open to a permanent move to Derby County.
Cardiff City signing Adam Le Fondre tipped to make huge impact at Bluebirds (Wales Online): Chris Gunter reckons Cardiff City have signed a natural born thriller in Adam Le Fondre - and admitted Reading's loss is his former club's gain.
Port Vale: 'Micky Adams needs four or five key signings', says Phil Sproson (Stoke Sentinel): Port Vale hero Phil Sproson believes Micky Adams will need four or five key summer signings to build on his solid start to life back in League 1.
Middlebrough will battle Watford to sign Sunderland's Danny Graham (Hartlepool Mail): Sunderland could benefit from a two-way battle between his former clubs for Danny Graham's signature.
Dyche not looking abroad for his summer signings (Lancashire Telegraph): Burnley manager Sean Dyche says he is likely to 'buy British' this summer.
York City swoop for Jake Hyde (York Press): Goal-hunting York City have launched a bid to enlist prolific Barnet marksman Jake Hyde.
Waddock hoping to seal signing 'in next week or so' (Oxford Mail): Gary Waddock is hoping the wait for Oxford United's first signing of the summer could be over in the next few days.
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