The position where each of the 24 Championship clubs need to recruit on deadline day - including Preston North End, Luton, Barnsley and Huddersfield Town

There is just over a day left for Championship clubs to do any last-minute shopping.

By Joel Sked
Wednesday, 7th August 2019, 1:46 pm

At 5pm on Thursday the transfer window shuts, leaving managers to work with what they have until January - unless they can pick up some free agents. But what position do each of the clubs need to strengthen as they look to achieve their season aims. Click and scroll through to find out and see whether you agree.

Following the loss of Keiffer Moore to Wigan for 4m, a new striker would strengthen the squad.
With Jota and Che Adams leaving in the summer, some more inspiration in the final third to provide a spark would be welcomed. Whether that be striker or attacking midfielder.

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A new goalkeeper would allow youngster Andrew Fisher to go out on loan to L1 or L2 club to gain valuable experience.
After losing Neal Mapauy in big-money move the Bees are in need of a striker. Been linked with Charlton's Lyle Taylor.
Where to start? Lee Johnson says he needs five new players in. A centre-half to replace Adam Webster and a striker are a must while right back and midfield are also areas of concern.
Since a move for the brilliantly-named Le Havre striker Alimami Glory broke down they need options in the forward areas with a loan most likely.
Anfernee Dijksteel has left to join Middlesbrough meaning a right-back is required. In addition, if Lyle Taylor leaves another striker will need to arrive.
What more do you want after signing Wayne Rooney? Well, Philip Cocu is still in the market for others, namely a forward. Andre Ayew has been linked.
Midfielder Harry Arter joined on loan this week but defensive reinforcements are still needed.
In need of a winger. Could Newcastle United's Jacob Murphy, who has been linked with week, be the answer?
Grant McCann wants to strengthen the Tigers' midfield and has returned to his old club Doncaster Rovers to try and sign his former captain Ben Whiteman.
It could be a busy 24 hours at Elland Road with a striker required following Kemar Roofe's departure to Anderlecht. Dwight Gayle anyone?
Still on the lookout for new recruits with a new striker a priority. Ex-Hatter Isaac Vassell is a target.
The signing of Anfernee Dijksteel from Charlton has solved the right-back issue. Jonathan Woodgate could now target a winger or attacking midfielder.
Goalkeeper. They signed two in the summer but one of them, Frank Fielding, has picked up a quad injury meaning they could go back into the market.
Having lost their opener, defensive reinforcements, particularly at right-back, are needed and Calum Chambers has been linked with a move.
If any business is done, it could be a new left-back to provide cover after Josh Earl was allowed to join Bolton on loan.
Boss Mark Warburton, fresh from a shock win over Stoke Cty, wants one more signing to complete his squad overhaul. Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna is a target.
Fresh off the back of signing Lucas Joao the Royals are set to add another striker in the wonderfully-named George Puscas from Inter Milan.
Lucas Joao has left and Jordan Rhodes looks to follow so a forward would be a smart move.
A centre-back and a winger are needed to strengthen the Potters. Man United youngster Alex Tuanzebe has been linked, while Newcastle winger Jacob Murphy could be a target.
The capture of Sam Surridge from Bournemouth on loan has eased the need for striking reinforcements but they could add another forward before the window closes.
A goal-getter is key for the Baggies and Dwight Gayle could yet return to the Hawthorns.
The Latics are weak in the centre of the pitch with only three senior players and need a strong, physical presence.