Brentford's season came to an end after a 3-1 defeat to Blackburn at Griffin Park on Sunday.
The Bees, therefore, ended the season in 10th place, a point and position worse off than last season.
However, it has been a campaign that has seen the club make great strides going from a team reliant on one player to score goals to one where any number of player can hurt opponents.
In total, the Bees won and lost 18 games, drawing the remaining 10 fixtures. They scored 75 goals in that time, while conceding 65.
It is the third successive year that the club have finished in the top 10 of the Championship, which indicates that the west Londoners are well established in the second tier of English football.
GetWestLondon has produced a survey of the season and invite supporters to anonymously submit their thoughts on the campaign.
We'll collate the answers and release the results in the coming weeks.
If you can't see the survey you can take it here.