Here are a selection of Friday 20th June's big stories in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:
Hyypia keen to assess attacking options (The Argus): Sami Hyypia has spoken of his excitement about working on an attacking master plan with his new players.
Methodical in a quiet market: Mark Robins on Huddersfield Town's summer so far (Huddersfield Daily Examiner): Mark Robins says he will continue to take the methodical approach to making new signings as he reshapes his Town squad for a Sky Bet Championship campaign which starts at home to Bournemouth on 9th August.
Norwich City can forget a move for Leeds United striker Ross McCormack (Norwich Evening News 24): Norwich City and any other potential Championship suitors can forget a summer transfer move for Leeds United striker Ross McCormack, according to Whites' owner Massimo Cellino.
Barnsley: New-boy Hemmings hopes to hit the ground running (The Star): New Barnsley signing Kane Hemmings is aiming to be a big hit at Oakwell.
Steven Pressley admits he's braced for bidding war over Sky Blues striker Callum Wilson (Coventry Telegraph): Coventry City manager says hotshot is not for sale despite the interest of Brentford, Norwich City, Bournemouth and Wolves.
Town close to McLaughlin deal (Fleetwood Today): Fleetwood Town boss Graham Alexander insists talks to keep Conor McLaughlin at Highbury are entering the 'final yard'.
Exiles to train at Llanwern High School (South Wales Argus): Newport County are to ditch their base in Cardiff and return to training in Newport for the new season.
Knill says Cobblers would require a 'big figure' to consider selling Toney (Northampton Chronicle and Echo): The Cobblers have not received any transfer offers for highly-rated 18-year-old striker Ivan Toney.
Oxford United boss is prepared to wait (Oxford Mail): Gary Waddock will wait as long as it takes in order to bring the right players into Oxford United.
These stories have been reproduced from a variety of today's media sources and they do not represent the views of The Football League.