Measuring the amount spent during the period between October 2014 and September 2015, Hull City were one of eight clubs who paid more than a million pounds to agents.
Hull, who were a Premier League club for much of the timeframe in question, spent in excess of £1.8m.
Cardiff City made the highest payments to football agents, spending more than £2.8m
York City of League Two spent the least of Yorkshire’s 11 Football League clubs, just £27,000.
The Yorkshire league table follows the natural flow of the league pyramid except where League One’s Sheffield United have spent nearly £60,000 more than Championship side Rotherham United.
Payments to agents by Football League clubs between October 2014 and September 2015:
Hull City £1,813.919 (5th in Championship)
Middlesbrough £850,285 (12th in Championship)
Sheffield Wednesday £792,203 (14th in Championship)
Leeds United £786,897 (15th in Championship)
Huddersfield Town £429,343 (20th in Championship)
Sheffield United £254,713 (3rd in League One)
Rotherham United £185,430 (24th in Championship)
Barnsley £156,315 (4th in League One)
Bradford City £121,789 (5th in League One)
Doncaster Rovers £64,924 (12th in League One)
York City £27,000 (13th in League Two)