Derby County, Norwich City and Huddersfield Town fans all had their say following the announcement Jacob Butterfield and Bradley Johnson would be playing their football at the iPro Stadium this coming season.
Supporters from Derby County, Huddersfield Town and Norwich City all had their say as the Rams confirmed the signings of Jacob Butterfield and Bradley Johnson via their official club website on transfer deadline day.
Last season, both Johnson and Butterfield were named their former club's player of the year and the reaction to their departure was largely met with frustration from both sets of fans.
On the other hand, Derby fans, who have had to endure a slow start to the season, were delighted with the capture of the two talented central players and relieved to finally fill the void left by star man Will Hughes following his injury.
We take a look at what all fans at each club said about the deals:
Probably over paid on Butterfield but the lad is a good player. I hope a few are shipped out to balance the books. #DCFC— Scott Williams (@scottyw82) September 1, 2015
Butterfield is a very tidy player, but £4 million is a hell of a lot, I blame Sean Dyche for distorting the transfer market..... #dcfc— Damian McGuinn (@DMTheTruth) September 1, 2015
Butterfield has gone? Jesus, it's almost as if Town want to get relegated!! #htafc— Paul_Nadirehs (@Paul_Nadirehs) September 1, 2015
No surprising Butterfield has gone in all honesty. Class player. Gutted but wish him all the best at Derby. #htafc— Sean Makin (@Seany1985) September 1, 2015
Great business surprised by Bradley Johnson signing #dcfc need to click now and start winning a few— Peter Bates (@batesie1884) September 1, 2015
Norwich fans gutted at Johnson's departure! I would be! Massive coup for us, could prove to be the difference this season #dcfc— George (@GeorgeMackay4) September 1, 2015
Gutted about Bradley Johnson! Key player in the team and one of our best players! #ncfc— Ryan (@Rynomitee) September 1, 2015
Gutted Johnson has gone. Feels like they've sold the heart and soul of the club. #ncfc— carl saunders (@SaundersCarl) September 1, 2015
Derby fans will have to wait until they play Preston North End on 12th September to see their new midfield duo as they look to record their first win of the season.
The Rams have four draws and one loss from their opening five Championship matches and currently sit in the bottom half of the league table.
Nevertheless, Paul Clement's side are still one of the favourites to win promotion to the Premier League and supporters will hope the new signings can inspire the kick-start to their season they desperately need.