The off-season may be dragging for Brentford supporters but there is no rest for the staff behind the scenes at Griffin Park.
While the Jersey Road training ground may be quiet with the players now given time off to go on holiday, things are still going on behind the scenes.
The transfer window opens on July 1 but that hasn't stopped Brentford announcing two signings, while the rumour mill is circulating around the club.
And the biggest story may actually be 200 miles away from TW8 but have sizeable ramifications on Brentford.
GetWestLondon appreciate that the working week is long and have, therefore, produced a handy summary of all the goings on at Griffin Park.
It was a difficult debut for greyhound Jota El Rey, named after the Brentford star, who came in sixth and last in his maiden race at Towcester.
Dean Smith looked back on the season and named these four games as the Bees' best performances.
The head coach also spoke about Sergi Canos and what the former Liverpool man was like when they met at Norwich.
Akaki Gogia, meanwhile, has been tipped to leave west London and return to Germany.
Away from Griffin Park, former Bee Sammy Moore took his first step into management.
Newcastle emerged as contenders to sign former Brentford striker Andre Gray, with the Bees looking to pick up a healthy sell-on percentage.
Millwall, though, have ended their interest in Alan McCormack.
The latter of whom joked that the Danes were taking over at Griffin Park before expressing his delight at the capture.
Dean Smith spoke about Sergi Canos and where the forward needs to improve.
We also spoke to Sammy Moore about his time at Brentford and he had praise for ex-Bees boss Terry Butcher.
John Egan also spoke about how much he is looking forward to taking on Sunderland next season. It gave us a chance to look at some memorable meetings between the pair (and to use the below picture!).
Dean Smith also spoke about captain Harlee Dean and why he is expecting big things from the defender next season.
Grenades? You betcha. We look back at memorable games between Brentford and Millwall.
Brentford fans have been rating the squad's performances. You can see how the players fared here.
Dean Smith has seen a marked improvement in Daniel Bentley this season but that hasn't stopped Luke Daniels insisting he is coming for his job.
Thursday also saw the launch of our quest to find Brentford's all-time XI, beginning with goalkeepers.
With Premier League sides releasing players, GetWestLondon provided a list of those available. Anyone you fancy?
Young Brentford defender Chris Mepham has earned himself an international call-up while we look at the best left backs to represent the Bees.
A new e-book about Brentford's season has been released with the proceeds going to the Community Sports Trust.
Ryan Woods insisted that inexperience can't be an excuse next season after a strong year.
GetWestLondon took a look at the fortunes of players to leave the club last summer.