Huddersfield Town have made an extra £400,000 thanks to Middlesbrough's 1-1 draw with Brighton at the Riverside on the final day of the season.
That draw was enough to see Aitor Karanka's men promoted to the Premier League in second place, triggering an additional payment to Town as part of the Jordan Rhodes transfer.
Watch Huddersfield Town's lap of appreciation after the final whistle against Brentford
The John Smith’s Stadium club are due 20% of any profit made on a player they sold to Blackburn Rovers for a club-record £8m in August 2012.
And thanks to Boro's promotion, Blackburn are due an extra £2m on top of the fee they received on the final day of the January transfer window, when Rhodes swapped Ewood Park for the Riverside.
The former Town striker was an unused sub in the final game, but he made 17 appearances for Boro, scoring six goals to help them avoid having to negotiate the play-offs.
Rhodes scored 87 goals for Town after signing from Ipswich for £400,000 in 2009, and went on to notch 85 times for Blackburn.