Chelsea are the worst value for money when it comes to Premier League clubs getting the most points out of their players' salaries.

The Trinity Mirror data unit has taken the wage bills of each team over the last three seasons (up to 2012/13) to see who gets the most points for their money.

And during that period it's the Blues that come out on top with £2.59million paid for every point won during that time.

On the whole, there is a trend that the more you spend on wages, the greater the number of points that you will receive.

Chelsea were also the only club paying more than £144 million in wages that has finished outside the top four in the three seasons in question - 173m in 2012 when they finished sixth but won the Champions League.

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The lowest wages paid to get into the top four was Tottenham in 2012 who paid £90m in wages, getting 69 points.

The following year they increased wages to £96million and got two more points, but dropped a place in the league.

QPR got the worst value for money in 2013 with each point costing £3.12million while

Man City paid £2.9million per point in 2013, the second worst.

Man Utd came 13th in the list, behind Arsenal, Chelsea, City and Liverpool, paying just £2.03million a point in 2013.