Steve Bruce has vowed to continue his chop-and-change policy for tonight's Capital One Cup third-round clash with Huddersfield.
Huddersfield have sacked manager Simon Grayson following the club's recent slide down the npower Championship table.
Huddersfield are one of five teams from our region hoping to make an impression in the Championship this season
Huddersfield Town have signed Bradford striker Nahki Wells for an undisclosed club record fee.
The 23 year-old Bermudan international, who has scored 14 goals in League One this season, has signed a four-and-a-half year deal with the Terriers.
Town boss Mark Robins told the club website: "We have tracked the progress of Nahki for some time and we are delighted that we have secured his signature.
"At just 23 he has huge potential, which he has proven at Bradford in the last two seasons. He fits into our ethos of buying young, hungry players who have experience and that we can develop.
"His goalscoring record over the last 18 months is hugely impressive and we believe that he is ready to make the step up to the Championship.
"He will excite our fans and I believe he will offer our frontline something different and I can't wait to watch him in action for Huddersfield Town.
"For a young man he has already achieved a lot in his career having reached the Capital One Cup Final and promotion with Bradford.
"His achievements and potential meant that he was coveted by a host of Premier League and Championship clubs and I am delighted that he has chosen to join us."
Huddersfield Town are reportedly closing in on the signing of in-demand Bradford City striker Nahki Wells.
After scoring 53 goals in two and a half seasons for Bradford City, the Bermuda international has been targeted by several championship clubs, but it's reported that the Terriers have agreed an undisclosed fee with City.
Huddersfield Town defender Liam Ridehalgh has signed a two and a half year deal with Tranmere Rovers.
The 22-year-old defender spent time on loan at Prenton Park this season, but has signed a permanent deal after impressing in his 18 appearances.
Huddersfield will be hoping to avoid a potential cup upset when they visit non-league side Grimsby.
The sides last met in the same competition in 2007, when Huddersfield ran out 3-0 winners.
Despite the gulf in league status, Town boss Mark Robins, who played alongside Grimsby manager Paul Hurst at Rotherham, says he will be playing his strongest team possible.
Sheffield Wednesday's defenders will have to be at their best as their opponents Huddersfield Town welcome back top scorer James Vaughan.
He returns following a three match ban and has been handed the captains armband in the absence of Peter Clarke.
Vaughan will be hoping to add to the 9 goals he's already scored this season, and says getting the armband is an honour.
Manager, Mark Robins, says despite his recent sending off, Vaughan has been an exceptional force for the side.
Sheffield Wednesday's Reda Johnson says being at home will help them win the key "mind games" ahead of Saturday's clash with Huddersfield Town.
The versatile defender should feature in the Yorkshire derby, with both sides in need of a win.
Sheffield Wednesday host Huddersfield Town in the Championship in Saturday's Yorkshire Derby.
Both clubs will be hoping to bounce back after suffering disappointing defeats prior to the international break.
Wednesday especially need to start picking up wins as they currently sit in the relegation zone.
There are signs of a turnaround though, beating Reading 5-2 in their last game at Hillsborough, and manager Dave Jones is hoping for more of the same.
Leeds United could give a debut to new signing Dexter Blackstock in the West Yorkshire derby against Huddersfield at the John Smiths stadium.
Meanwhile, Town boss Mark Robins will have to do without top scorer James Vaughan, who's suspended following his sending off last week.
Hull North MP Diana Johnson has responded to the report into the travel restrictions placed on Hull City fans for the match at Huddersfield on 30 March 2013.
– Diana Johnson, MP for Hull North
This report by Northumbria Police into the Huddersfield vs Hull City debacle on 30 March contains a lot about various ways West Yorkshire Police can record their decisions better and improve their internal and external communications...it leaves me none the wiser as to what the evidence was upon which they based their travel restrictions on Hull City fans...All we know is that there has not been any crowd trouble at any recent matches between Hull City and Huddersfield..."
West Yorkshire Police's Chief Constable Mark Gilmore said in a review that the force are to look at their football policing procedures after travelling fans contacted their Police and Crime Commissioner over fears the restrictions placed on them could have forced them to miss the game.