Bristol City had a quiet transfer deadline day in the end.
The only notable transfer involving the Robins was young defender Ryley Towler’s loan switch to AFC Wimbledon.
Elsewhere in the Championship, a whole host of clubs in the division were busy bolstering their ranks.
A lot of news has spread into the day after. Here is a look...
Why didn’t Semenyo leave?
Bristol City striker Antonio Semenyo was linked with a departure from Ashton Gate throughout the window.
However, he ended up staying put and will be staying up January at least now.
According to reporter Alan Nixon, he wasn’t ‘fit quick enough’ to land a Premier League switch (see tweet below):
Millwall land Styles
Millwall have completed the loan signing of Hungary international Callum Styles from Barnsley.
The versatile ace penned a new long-term contract at Oakwell before heading down to London.
He is due to return to South Yorkshire at the end of this campaign.
Blackburn Rovers tie up contract deal
Blackburn have sealed a new contract deal for midfielder John Buckley.
The 22-year-old, who has risen up through their academy, has committed his future to the Lancashire outfit until June 2027.
Rovers were able to keep hold of their key man Ben Brereton Diaz beyond the transfer deadline.
West Brom blow
West Brom have been dealt a big blow with Josh Onomah and Steven Alzate.
The pair were due to join from Fulham and Brighton and Hove Albion respectively.
However, both deals were not completed in time, as per The Telegraph.
Stoke City pair leave
Stoke City have loaned out Eddy Jones and Dan Malone to Altrincham.
The Potters have let the duo head out the exit door to get some more experience under their belts.
They will both stay with National League side Alty until January.
Hull City man opens up over move
Hull City swooped to sign Ryan Woods from Birmingham City last month.
The midfielder decided to cut ties with the Blues and move up to East Yorkshire for a new challenge.
As per Hull Live, he has opened up about his decision to join the Tigers:
“I think it’s a really exciting project to be involved with, you’ve only got to look at some of the signings that we’ve made - some of them are a little bit unknown, but some of them are Turkish internationals and they’ve played for some top clubs.”