YORK City spent £13,099 in agents' fees between February 1, 2020 and February 1, 2021.

Figures released by the Football Association show that, in total, clubs from the National League System paid a combined £271,838 to intermediaries.

Notts County's £57,958 is the highest sum from the timeframe, while Guiseley's was the lowest, at just £450.

York's total placed them sixth in the rankings, and made them the second-highest National League North spenders, after AFC Fylde (£18,388).

Between 2019 and 2020, the Minstermen spent just £6,130 on agents' fees - but only brought in three players (Pete Jameson, Dan Maguire and Andy Bond).

This time, 10 players' transfers involved intermediary fees - Harry Bunn, Michael Duckworth, Keiran Kennedy, Jack Redshaw, Robbie Tinkler, Jake Cassidy, Reon Potts, Akil Wright, Matty Brown and Olly Dyson.

Fellow play-off chasers Boston United spent just £1,000 on these fees - less than Northern Premier League high-fliers South Shields, who paid £2,405.

Kidderminster Harriers spent £11,755 while King’s Lynn Town - promoted from National League North last season - spent £1,400.

Overall, clubs in National League North account for £49,672 of the NLS fees, while South division sides spent £8,290.