Here are Wednesday 19th February's hot topics in the eyes of the media that cover The Football League:

Fawaz Al-Hasawi aiming high with Nottingham Forest (Express): Nottingham Forest owner Fawaz Al-Hasawi wants a new Premier League future for the club, built around manager Billy Davies.

Sir John Madejski keen to find right owner (BBC Radio Berkshire): Reading chairman Sir John Madejski says he is determined to sell Reading to the right person this time around.

Cellino and GFH posed fresh questions by Football League (Yorkshire Evening Post): The Football League has asked Massimo Cellino and Gulf Finance House to answer a fresh list of questions relating to his Leeds United takeover with a decision on the Italian's buy-out set to run beyond the end this week.

Yeovil Town announce £454k loss after Championship promotion (BBC Sport): Yeovil Town have announced a loss of £454,000 for the year ending June 2013.

Bastille star Chris Wood to commentate on Plymouth Argyle (BBC Sport): Bastille drummer Chris 'Woody' Wood will make his commentary debut on Saturday when he gives BBC Radio Devon listeners his verdict on his beloved Plymouth Argyle's League 2 clash with Dagenham and Redbridge.

Chelsea loan star Bamford says winner at Sheffield Wednesday was the best goal of his career (Derby Telegraph): Patrick Bamford says his spectacular winner at Sheffield Wednesday for Derby County was the best goal of his career so far.

Kenny Jackett hails hard-working players for driving promotion bid (Birmingham Mail): Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Kenny Jackett has pinpointed his players' impressive work ethic as a big factor behind their drive to escape League 1 at the first attempt this season.

Leeds eye deal for Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland (Sky Sports): Leeds United have expressed an interest in landing Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland.

Striker Matt Tubbs is not ruling out a permanent move to Crawley Town (Crawley News): Matt Tubbs is not ruling out a permanent move to Crawley Town in the summer, but admits the ball is in manager John Gregory's court.

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