Sheffield United finished 10th with 69 points... spending over £5 million.
Millwall finished 8th with 72 points (3 points from a playoff spot)... spending £513,000.
and Bolton finished 21st (thankfully) with 43 points... spending 0.
Conversely, clubs like Leeds United spent over £25.5 million and finished 13th (they did sell off £15.75 million)
Brentford finished 9th on 69 points, having come up from League One in 2014. They spent £5.49 million, but sold off £13.65 for a net income of £8.16 million.
Likewise, 7th place Preston with 73 points (only 2 off the playoffs) spent £1.89 million and sold off £9.18 million for a net income of £7.29 million.
Wise investments can be accomplished and hopefully the club will be prudent and get good value for next season.