Middlesbrough manager Tony Pulis is expected to leave The Riverside Stadium this week after spending 2-years at the club.
As the Championship nears its end for the 2018/19 season, Boro have received mix news on the transfer front.
The fixture saw Boro come from behind to register a crucial victory in the race to finish in the Championship play-off places.
Steve Gibson is reportedly furious that while his team was forced to sell players to balance the books, multiple Championship clubs are left on their own.
Middlesbrough have to fight it out with fellow Championship side Aston Villa if they are to bring Brentford striker Neal Maupay to The Riverside in the summer.
A 25th-minute goal from the Middlesbrough striker means Boro have now won their first home game in five Championship matches.
The Middlesbrough manager has warned his team’s playoff rivals that Boro are ready to take the fight to them in the remaining weeks of the season.
Two first-half goals from the 23-year-old striker allowed Middlesbrough to jump back into contention for the Championship play-off places.
Boro will be without captain George Friend for the remainder of the season, Tony Pulis has confirmed.
Boro head to the University of Bolton Stadium on Tuesday evening.