Watford news: Hornets man attracting interest, Cardiff City assessing midfielder

Latest news from around Championship

Watford have made a dream start to life under Slaven Bilic.

The Hornets won 4-0 away at Stoke City yesterday in his first match in charge.

Next up for the Hertfordshire outfit is a home game against Swansea City.

Here is a look at the latest news from around the Championship...

Watford goalkeeper attracting interest

Watford goalkeeper Myles Roberts is wanted by League One pair Bristol Rovers and Portsmouth (Alan Nixon).

Hull City turned down by ex-Champions League boss

Pedro Martins, who left Olympiacos in August, has turned down the chance to manage Hull City. The Tigers are in the hunt for a new boss to replace Shota Arveladze (Bruno Andrade).

Middlesbrough man was eyed by fellow Championship side

Middlesbrough midfielder Alex Mowatt was on the radar of Hull City before his switch to the Riverside Stadium from West Brom (Hull Live).

Cardiff City assessing injury to midfielder

Cardiff City are assessing Rubin Colwill’s injury situation after he missed out against Burnley over the weekend (Wales Online).

Coventry City man keen to stay

Coventry City defender Michael Rose is keen to stay with the club beyond this season and is trying to earn himself a contract extension (Coventry Live).

Wigan Athletic dealt injury blow

Wigan Athletic star Callum Lang is poised for a spell on the sidelines after sustaining damaged ankle ligaments (Wigan Today).

Rotherham United managerial latest

Rotherham United have been granted permission to speak to Exeter City boss Matt Taylor as they hunt for their replacement for Paul Warne (Official club website).

Sunderland defender returns to training

Sunderland defender Dennis Cirkin has returned to training as he steps up his road to recovery but missed on making the squad against Preston North End (Sunderland Echo).