A selection of today's stories from the media that cover The Football League.Derby County driven on by last season's Wembley heartache (Burton Mail): Steve McClaren admits the hurt of defeat at Wembley and not playing in the Premier League already is driving Derby County on this season.
Andy Williams delighted to score against old club (Swindon Advetiser): Andy Williams said it was nice to respond to a few of his critics amongst the home fans when he scored the equalising goal for Swindon Town at Yeovil on Saturday.
County boss ready to get busy in the transfer market again (South Wales Argus): Newport County AFC manager Justin Edinburgh may be forced back into the emergency loan market to replace Robbie Willmott and he’s determined to make Joe Day a permanent fixture at Rodney Parade.
Scott Parker fires warning to Fulham's Championship rivals (Get West London): Skipper says rejuvenated Cottagers can still mount promotion push.
Match-winner Maddison is loving his football at Posh (Peterborough Telegraph): Marcus Maddison insists he hasn’t thought about leaving Peterborough United.
On-loan Brentford midfielder Charlie Adams eyeing game time with Stevenage (The Comet): Charlie Adams says he is ready to make the step up to becoming a Football League player.
Donny delight for Town boss (Fleetwood Today): Fleetwood Town boss Graham Alexander insists his side got their just deserts as they extended their unbeaten League 1 run at Highbury this season to seven games.
Strike sensation Callum Wilson is keeping goal target under wraps (Bournemouth Echo): Superstitious striker Callum Wilson is keeping his goal target close to his chest following his flying start with Cherries.
York City boss Russ Wilcox ready to give players second chance at Morecambe (The York Press): York City’s new manager Russ Wilcox has revealed his inherited players will get another opportunity to impress at Morecambe before he decides whether to enter the loan market.
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