The Dandy Town Hornets are set for an injection of cash following Nahki Wells move to Burnley.
Bradford City are believed to have netted just over £500,000 after Nahki Wells' move from Huddersfield to Burnley was confirmed yesterday.
The former Bradford City striker, who is currently recovering from minor ankle surgery, put pen to paper on a three-year deal at Turf Moor.
The transfer was for an undisclosed fee though it is thought the move is initially for in the region of £5million.
With City having already received around £1.8m due to add-ons, including Huddersfield's promotion to the Premier League, it means they are understood to have banked around £2.3m in total from selling the Bermudian.
They would also be entitled to a further 15 per cent of any further payments on the Burnley deal.
Dandy Town Hornets, Wells' home-town club where he was at before moving to Valley Parade, will also receive in the region of £10,000 from City.