I contacted the English National Football Archive
(www.enfa.co.uk) whose comprehensive database provides the results, line-ups, scorers and league tables of all games since 1888.
Former Sunderland player Kevin Phillips has the record for the most goals scored in England's second tier during the Premier League era (since the 1992-93 season), That's according to figures supplied by the English National Football Archive
at www.enfa.co.uk The now retired forward scored 150 league goals in what is now called the Championship, almost twice the number of Rhodes' current tally.
With thanks to Barking & District Historical Society and the English National Football Archive
I gleaned some stats from the English National Football Archive
which seems to back up that theory.
Stattos at the English National Football Archive
have compiled a "Long-Suffering Fan Index" after analysing the data from 220,000 match results since the first Football League season in 1888-9 to rank the current member clubs by their lack of success, weighted by extra factors including the size of their average home crowds.