Brentford's third season in the Championship came to an end last weekend with a 3-1 defeat at home to Blackburn.
On the whole, it has been a positive season with Dean Smith's Bees finishing in 10th place, above the likes of Aston Villa, Cardiff, Wolves, QPR, Birmingham, Nottingham Forest and Rovers.
It has been a season of transformation at Griffin Park with the west Londoners moving from the 4-2-3-1 from the Mark Warburton era to a 4-3-3, via a 5-3-2 formation.
And there is hope for the future, providing the club are able to keep hold of their best players.
Below, GetWestLondon looks at some of the numbers behind Brentford's season, from the obvious to the more obscure.
Zero – The win-loss difference was once again the same at 18 apiece. The difference between this campaign and last was the Bees drew two less games.
Seven – Lasse Vibe and Romaine Sawyers led the Bees in the assists league. Konstantin Kerschbaumer claimed six, despite being on the pitch for a considerably smaller period.
15 – Lasse Vibe led the Bees with 15 goals, pipping Scott Hogan, who left in January to the golden boot. Vibe was only on the pitch 254 minutes more than the former striker.
32 – The total amount of players who had pitch time for the Bees this season in all competitions. Ellery Balcombe and Ilias Chatzitheodoridis spent time on the bench but didn't come on. Can you name them all? Take our quiz below.
64 – The amount of points picked up by the Bees; a drop of one from the year before.
65 – The goals conceded by the club; a decrease of two from 2016.
75 – The amount of goals scored by Brentford this season; an increase of three from last season.
142 – The average gap between Jota's goals since returning to Brentford in January. The Spaniard scored 12 goals in 1,709 minutes.
3,773 – The total minutes Harlee Dean was on the pitch for this season; the most for an outfield player. Ryan Woods was second with 3,703 with Nico Yennaris third on 3,521.
4,050 – The minutes Dan Bentley was on the pitch for in the league. He missed one game (Barnsley away on Easter Monday).
6424.4 – The distance travelled by Brentford for away games in the league this season (using Google Maps with Griffin Park as the point of origin). Newcastle at 556 miles for a round trip was the longest journey. Including cup games, the total distance was 6813.6 miles.