TOWN will pocket a further six-figure sum thanks to a Premier League pay-out.
The Football League will receive more than £90m from the Premier over the next three seasons.
And that ‘solidarity package’ will be distributed down the divisions, with £31.8m handed out next season.
Championship clubs get the biggest share.
But Town and their League I rivals, who already get £375,000 from the Football League annually, will receive another £103,400.
And there could also be a chunk from the £5.4m which will go into youth development and £4m which will go into Football in the Community schemes.
Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore said: “The Premier League and our member clubs recognise the importance of the continued health of the professional game at all levels.
“This solidarity payment means Football League clubs will have the ability to increase investment in critical areas such as youth development and community programmes.”