The FA has published its annual figures on the amount spent by Premier League, EFL and National League clubs on agents fees.
The latest figures reveal Salop spent £83,655 from February 1, 2022, to January 31, 2023 - down from £86,618 in the previous year.
Elsewhere, Premier League figures show Wolves’ spending on agents fees dropped by around £5.75 million in the past year.
They spent £6.2m in the year from February 1, 2022 to January 31, 2023, compared with £11.95m in the previous year - the fourth least amount in the Premier League.
Aston Villa are fourth in the list of Premier League clubs, as fees rose by £6.1m from £9.5m to £15.6m.
In the Championship, West Brom’s agent fees dropped by around £1.74 million from £4.148m down to £2.4m.
Stoke and Birmingham City also both saw a drop in their spending on fees, with Blues spending £1.1m, a drop of £153,000, and Stoke paying out £2m, a decrease of £1.4m.
Wrexham saw a huge jump in their agents fees, was they more than doubled over the past year.
In 2021/22, the club spent £80,284 on agents fees - a figure that rose last year to £163,737, the highest in the National League, and more than all but one League Two side.
The figures and transactions involving agents are published annually by the FA.