Championship managers are all in agreement that the 2019/20 should be finalised with clubs working towards a return to training on May 25.

Sheffield Wednesday boss Garry Monk says a video call between the 24 second tier managers last week revealed the consensus was for the season, which has nine games remaining, to be finished.

Hull City vice chairman Ehab Allam has since come out and said the Tigers, sitting 21st in the table, are opposed to the season resuming and want the campaign to be void.

Tony Mowbray meanwhile feels if the necessary risk assessments are carried out then his players are keen to return, having not trained since the season was first suspended on March 13.

And Monk, whose side face the prospect of an EFL charge over financial irregularities, feels finishing the season is ‘the right thing to do’.

“We had a Championship managers' meeting the other day and I think we are all in agreement that we want to complete the season,” he told the Sheffield Star.

“I think that is the right thing to do. We’re all in agreeance with that.

“Obviously, we have been waiting a long, long time for the guidelines and some instruction which we have not had pretty much all the way through. It has only really gathered pace probably in the last week.

“The first real directive came pretty much this week in terms of a possible return date which will be the 25th.

“There are still some things the EFL need to do in terms of the phase one, two and three that need to be signed off but that is the first time the EFL have given us a more definite date of a return to training.

“I think we are all in agreement we want to complete the season," he said. "I think that's the right thing to do to finish it on the pitch but obviously there are a lot of things that need to be signed off and agreed. There are a few grey areas still that need to be worked out.”