The off-season may be dragging for Brentford supporters but there is no rest for the staff 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 the rumour mill circulating around the club, including for teams still involved in league action.
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.
We continue our look back at the season by remembering the best quotes from the campaign.
Glasgow Rangers pulled out of the Scottish Development League to play friendlies against higher profile sides, much like what Brentford did last year.
The previous weekend saw the club's supporters raising money for Bees and QPR legend Stan Bowles by playing a charity game on the Griffin Park pitch.
Brentford B played their final game of the season against Manchester City and we looked at the way that side had developed over the course of the campaign.
David Hunt, who featured in the charity game between GPG FC and Beesotted FC, spoke about how Brentford changed his life.
Dean Smith lauded Ryan Woods for his fine performances over the course of the season and believes the midfield ace is only on an upward curve.
Brentford were handed a boost as Burnley's survival brought an added windfall to the west London club.
Brentford have a sell on clause for Burnley striker Andre Gray with Tottenham and Everton sniffing around, according to reports.
The Bees are hopeful that Nico Yennaris, who was battling a calf injury for most of the season, can return to pre-season training fully fit.
We take a look at the distance Brentford fans will be travelling this season, taking into account the League One and Championship play-off finals.
John Egan's form this season has impressed Dean Smith and the Irishman could be a future Brentford captain.
Chris Moore, known as the Coca Cola Kid, reflected on his six months with the club in the 2006/07 season.
Jack Bonham has been linked with a loan move and goalkeeper coach Simon Royce knows that the young stopper needs games.
Lasse Vibe is going to be heading into the final year of his contract but he remains calm over the situation.
Ryan Woods' season was ended by injury and he admitted he was bored on the sidelines.
Jota El Rey, a greyhound named after the Brentford star, makes its racing debut.
Rico Henry was forced to pull out of the U20 World Cup, preventing him from making Brentford history.
The Brentford players recently took part in Soccer AM's Crossbar Top Bin Challenge; see how they got on.
Romaine Sawyers' improvement corresponded to being supported more by Brentford fans, Dean Smith admitted.
Another opponent for next season was confirmed when Millwall claimed play-off glory.