Here are Tuesday 4th February's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Aitor Karanka threatens Middlesbrough changes (BBC Tees): Boro Head Coach Karanka has said he may drop players because they are not implementing his tactical plan.

Danny Graham - Leaving Swansea City was not the wrong move (South Wales Evening Post): Middlesbrough's new signing has claimed he has no regrets about leaving Swansea, after dropping back down to the Sky Bet Championship.

Sean Dyche may consider loan signings (Lancashire Telegraph): Burnley boss Dyche may add to his squad in the loan window, after admitting the Clarets missed out on some loan targets at the end of the January window.

Kenny Jackett hints at new contract for Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards (Express & Star): Jackett has tipped the midfielder to remain at Molineux next season.

Leeds United set to open talks with another takeover consortium (ITV): Leeds' owners are understood to be poised to open talks with another consortium as Italian businessman Massimo Cellino's takeover bid floundered.

Dougie Freedman admits to facing the 'hardest time' of his career (The Bolton News): The Bolton Wanderers manager is determined to survive what he believes is the toughest time of his management career to date.

'Horrendous' time for Peterborough United, says chairman Darragh MacAnthony (BBC Radio Cambridgeshire): Peterborough United chairman MacAnthony has said the last three months have been among his toughest times at the club.

The Republic of Ireland should come calling for David McGoldrick, according to Ipswich Town team-mate Stephen Hunt (Ipswich Star): After it emerged that Nottingham-born McGoldrick is eligible to play for Ireland, Hunt believes his team-mate should be called up to the squad.

Bristol Rovers' Lee Brown says the team are letting the club's fans down (BBC Radio Bristol): Defender Brown has admitted he and his team-mates are letting supporters down with some of their performances this season.

Scrap the player transfer window and bring in a manager window - John Gregory proposes (Crawley Observer): The Crawley manager says he wants the January transfer window to be scrapped - and replaced by a transfer window for managers.

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