FC Halifax Town spent £9,312 on agents fees between February 1, 2018 and January 31, 2019, according to figures released by the FA.
That money was paid across seven different contract agreements, listed below:
11/06/18 Sanmi Odelusi, to Order Your Steps Sports Management
03/08/18 Jordan Preston, to LPM Football Agents
03/08/18 Dayle Southwell, to Full Contact
29/08/18 Josh MacDonald, to IPro SM Limited
03/08/18 Josh Staunton, to Supreme Sports Management
03/08/18 Jonathan Edwards, to Supreme Sports Management
04/01/19 Jacob Hanson, to Danny Webber
Halifax spent slightly less on agents fees - £8,129 - the previous year, from February 1, 2017 to Janury 31, 2018.
Salford were the highest non-league spenders on agents fees in the latest figures, at £76,338, with Chesterfield (£72,943), Leyton Orient (£30,067) and Wrexham (£26,468) also big spenders.
Other National League clubs who spent more than Halifax were Eastleigh (£19,462), Hartlepool (£18,369), Barnet (£16,100), Barrow (£14,563), Fylde (£10,820) and Harrogate (£9,479).
Other National League clubs such as Ebbsfleet (£9,130), Sutton (£7,228), Solihull Moors (£5,660), Dagenham and Redbridge (£3,190) and Havant and Waterlooville (£1,344) spent less than Halifax.
The highest spenders in the English game were Liverpool, who shelled out £43.7m.
The FA is required to publish annual details of total payments made by clubs to registered intermediaries and single transaction(s) in which each registered intermediary was involved under FIFAs regulations.