Meet the highest valued players in League Two, according to transfermarkt. Salford City’s Luke Bolton is the top-ranked player in the fourth tier at £1.8m and is one of only three players rated at seven figures by the website. Colchester United’s Matty Longstaff, who is on loan at the club from Premier League side Newcastle United, comes second in the rankings at £1.62m. Crewe Alexandra goalkeeper Arthur Okonkwo, on loan from Arsenal, comes third at £1.35m.

The most valuable player from Yorkshire is Doncaster Rovers’ forward Reo Griffiths, who is valued at £810,000. After 10 games, the League Two table is beginning to take shape with Doncaster and Bradford City both in play-off contention. A late equaliser in their 2-2 draw with Wimbledon kept the Bantams in the top seven while a much-needed win for Rovers over Crawley Town moved them up the table.

It has been a difficult start for Harrogate Town, who have eight points from 10 games. They were beaten by Stevenage, who occupy a place in the top three, last weekend. Leyton Orient are five points clear of second-placed Northampton, having won nine of their 10 fixtures so far – drawing the other.

The former Man City academy player is valued at £1.8m.

  1. Luke Bolton (Salford City)

The former Man City academy player is valued at £1.8m.

  1. Matty Longstaff (Colchester United)

The Newcastle United loanee’s value is rated at £1.62m.

  1. Arthur Okonkwo (Crewe Alexandra)

The goalkeeper, who is on loan from Arsenal, is valued at £1.35m.

  1. Dynel Simeu (Tranmere Rovers)

The on-loan Southampton defender is valued at £900,000 by transfermarkt.

There are obviously a lot more players in this category but these are some of the selected ones. They will be looking to increase their value dueujf their time at their clubs.