In six days time, QPR, Fulham and Brentford will have their diaries filled from August until May, as the Championship fixtures are announced for the forthcoming season.
Everyone has their predictions for where their team is likely to finish in the table, but who are the contenders for the Championship's top goalscorer?
We take a look at the 10 most likely to take this season's golden boot.
Patrick Bamford (Middlesbrough)
Bamford scooped the Championship player of the year award in 2015 after his loan spell at Boro. Scoring 17 goals that season, and with a real point to prove next season, Bamford could be a leading contender for the promotion contenders.
Fernando Forestieri (Sheffield Wednesday)
The classy frontman is bound to play a central role in the success of Sheffield Wednesday's season. Forestieri scored 12 goals last season, as well as providing a number of assists, but he'll be looking to improve on that tally to drive Wednesday to promotion.
Chris Wood (Leeds United)
The big forward had an excellent season for Leeds last season as they just missed out on a place in the play-offs. He has been linked with a move to rejoin former manager Garry Monk at Middlesbrough, but wherever he ends up, he will be near the top of the scoring charts if those around him play to his strengths.
Britt Assombalonga (Nottingham Forest)
The 24-year-old is a potent threat in the Championship, scoring 14 goals last season for mid-table Nottingham Forest. A dead-cert to score at least the same amount, Assombalonga has been linked with a move to recently-relegated Middlesbrough, and you wouldn't bet against him improving his goal tally if he was in a promotion-winning team.
Abel Hernandez (Hull City)
A class act in the Championship who scored 20 goals to guide Hull to promotion in 2015-16, and will do it again if he remains with the Tigers next season. The pacy frontman is bound to create problems in the Championship for a Hull side who will be competing near the top of the league next season.
Jonathan Kodjia (Aston Villa)
Kodjia is fast becoming one of the league's most potent strikers. Scoring 19 goals in each of the last two seasons for mid-table Bristol City and Aston Villa, he could be vital to Aston Villa's push to move up the league.
Lasse Vibe (Brentford)
The 30-year-old has been a consistent threat up front for Brentford over the last two seasons. The Bees will need to ensure Vibe is firing if they are to mount a play-off challenge this season.
Yann Kermorgant (Reading)
The 35-year-old was crucial as Reading just fell short in their journey to the play-off final. Despite his advancing years the classy frontman is likely to remain a huge threat for the Royals next season as they look to go one step further.
Scott Hogan (Aston Villa)
The 25-year-old was a revelation during his spell at Griffin Park but failed to fire since joining Aston villa in January this year. A lot will depend on Villa's form this season but Hogan is certainly one to watch in the goalscoring charts this term.
Cameron Jerome (Norwich City)
The 30-year-old scored 16 goals last term for a mediocre Norwich City team. Despite being widely tipped for a move this summer, Jerome is as proven a Championship striker as you are going to find and whoever's colours he is playing in next season, i'd expect him to hit 15-20 goals.