Barrow AFC spent £13,359 on agents' fees in the last year – the smallest outlay of all League Two clubs.

The Bluebirds’ spending on players’ representatives between February 2020-February 2021 has been published by the Football Association.

It shows how the Holker Street club increased their outlay on agents from the previous year's £8,458, following their historic promotion back to the Football League.

But their spending on intermediaries, covering last summer and the recent January transfer window, still comes in lower than all their fourth-tier rivals.

That is despite a hectic January of transfer activity at the Progression Solicitors Stadium.

The figures cover 19 deals struck by the Bluebirds since February 2020.

The biggest spenders in the division were Salford City, who spent £137,884 on agents since February 2020.

A total of £1,069,115 was spent by League Two clubs on agents’ fees, a reduction of about £100,000.

Barrow's outlay is the third lowest in the EFL, with only League One duo Crewe (£4,500) and Gillingham (£0) committing less to agents.

And six National League clubs spent more in the last year.

Barrow's latest figures include new deals for Kgosi Ntlhe, Courtney Baker-Richardson, Tom Beadling, Mikael Ndjoli, Chris Taylor, Matty Platt, Bobby Burns, Callum Gribbin, James Jones, Josh Kay, Luke James, Patrick Brough, Ollie Banks, Jamie Devitt, Dimitri Sea, Yoan Zouma and Lewis Hardcastle.

The Bluebirds have been invited to comment on the figures.

Elsewhere, Premier League clubs spent a staggering £272m on agents over the last year, with Chelsea the biggest spenders at £35.2m.