David Wagner will hope his Huddersfield Town side can climb a few Championship places next season and improve on last term's 19th place finish.

But he will be desperate to fall down the pecking order in an alternative table released by the Football League - detailing the clubs that kept the fewest clean sheets.

Town only chalked up nine shutouts in the league last season (seven under Wagner, two under predecessor Chris Powell) which was among the worst of all the clubs in the Championship, League One and League Two.

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In fact, including all 72 Football League clubs, just 13 teams recorded fewer clean sheets in the league than Town - including West Yorkshire rivals Leeds United, who kept out opposing strike forces on just eight occasions in the league last term.

Elsewhere in the Championship, Brentford and relegated Bolton Wanderers also had eight.

Across the three divisions of the Football League, Fulham and York City 'topped' this particular table after mustering just four clean sheets apiece.

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David Wagner has moved to address the defensive deficiencies by signing left back Chris Löwe, centre back Michael Hefele and and goalkeeper Joel Coleman.

A deal for Ivan Paurevic was also confirmed on Tuesday to take the total up to six summer signings so far.