Once all teams have played 12 matches, then it'll be the quarter-mark stage of the 2023/24 campaign. It's a small landmark to what is a nine-month rollercoaster with plenty of ups-and-downs. As it stands, Nigel Pearson's side are currently 14th, but given the closeness of the division, they could move as high as seventh overtaking their severnside rivals Cardiff City and Swansea City in the process.
Since the shutting of the summer transfer window at 11.00 pm on September 1, squads have been locked in though there have been some alterations. Clubs are allowed up to 25-players over the age of 21-years-old and there's been a few free agent signings, and the Robins have been one of those clubs. Former Swansea City and Forest Green Rovers goalkeeper Lewis Thomas has signed on a short-term deal to provide cover in the goalkeeping department after Harvey Wiles-Richards' injury.
The transfer window looked to be a brilliant one, as young and hungry players like Jason Knight, Taylor Gardner Hickman and Haydon Roberts were brought in, whilst Rob Dickie and Ross McCrorie have experience. Alex Scott's departure was a sad one but every City fan was anticipating it, and given he's yet to make his debut yet following an injury, it's so far worked out to be astute business.
Scott's big money sale brought the expectation of Pearson receiving more funds, but that wasn't the case. It does however ask the question as to how much the squad is worth, and should they need to make any tweaks to the squad in January, what their players would be worth.
In the meantime, with clubs up and down the Championship eyeing reinforcements, we have rounded up the squad values of each of the second tier clubs to see where they all rank. All figures are from Transfermarkt.
Take a look below...