With the final weekend of the Championship season upon us, attention is turning to the summer transfer window.
It's a chance for clubs to assess their squads and look to right the wrongs of the previous season in order to make the 2017/18 campaign a better one than this year.
Last summer, Aston Villa and Newcastle spent more than Spanish giants Real Madrid as £215million in total was splashed out across the second tier.
To put that figure into context that is more than the £190m spent in the French Ligue 1.
While the Magpies have won promotion back to the Premier League, Sunderland could yet try and get their wallet out to right their wrongs after relegation.
GetWestLondon has produced a handy guide outlining the key dates for the window.
When does the transfer window open?
The 2017 summer transfer window opens on Saturday July 1 for English clubs. In Scotland as well as France, Germany, Italy and Spain, the window will be open from June 9.
When does the transfer window close?
In Europe the deadline will be Thursday August 31, while British sides have until 11pm on Friday September 1 to complete deals.
What can we expect in west London?
All clubs will be active in the summer but some will be busier than others.
Brentford, unless they see their stars depart, will be relatively quiet in the summer window with a striker and midfielder the main targets for the Bees.
Fulham don't yet know what division they will be in yet. If promoted to the Premier League, they are likely to invest in order to strengthen their squad. If they don't go up, they will be hoping to keep hold of their stars.
QPR, as things stand, are likely to be the busiest side in west London after a difficult season which saw them only just secure survival with a game to spare.
How to follow the transfer news?
GetWestLondon will have our ears to the ground and fingers in pies to bring you the latest from all of our clubs.