BURTON Albion have again come out well in the Football League's offical figures for agents' fees.
The Brewers spent just £4,030 last season - the fifth lowest figure in League Two.
Accrington Stanley, AFC Wimbledon, Barnet and Morecambe were the only clubs to spend less, with all four spending nothing with agents.
The big spenders were Rotherham, who lavished £106,383 on agents' fees as they won promotion to League One.
Chesterfield also spent big, laying out £92,418 with agents as they failed to reach the play-offs.
In the Championship, Derby County spent £533,081 on agents' fees, an average figure in the division.
Blackburn Rovers spent more than £3.5 million as they sought - and failed to secure - an immediate return to the Premier League.
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