Brentford's season may have come to an end but there is no rest for the staff at Griffin Park.

It has been a busy week with the club confirming one player's departure while announcing a signing for the B team.

There have also been options triggered, for Jota and Florian Jozefzoon, and concerns for the future for other players, including the popular Spaniard.

Elsewhere, we spoke to a number of players about their seasons and where they need to improve for the 2017/18 campaign.

GetWestLondon appreciate that the working week is long and have produced a handy summary of the week that was at Griffin Park.


Bees fans were waking up with smiles on their faces after Brentford announced Jota was staying late on Sunday night after triggering his one year option.

That being said, there was concern as there has been no long term deal for reasons we laid out in this article.

Sunday's 3-1 defeat to Blackburn was the chance for Bees fans to say goodbye to Alan McCormack and he spoke to us to give his farewell message to Brentford fans

Captain Harlee Dean, who was sent off in the defeat to Rovers, reflected on the season and admitted his sorrow that the season didn't end on a high. We also look at why he was named as player of the year by the supporters.


Alan McCormack with his 'double' Jonjo Shelvey

Harlee Dean gave a glowing reference to Alan McCormack, after the club announced his departure the week before.

Josh Clarke revealed the biggest lesson he'd learnt from the season as he spoke to GetWestLondon following the Blackburn game.

Sergi Canos looks back on a season that saw him frozen out at Norwich to returning to Griffin Park in January.


We looked back on the best and worst games of the season. We did it in three categories; performance, enjoyment and satisfaction.

Sergi Canos discussed his bromance with Jota. The Spanish pair are clearly two good friends.

Dean Smith reveals doubts over Alan Judge and his return. The Irishman underwent surgery in order to make a full recovery from the double leg break he suffered in April 2016.

Harlee Dean remained silent about his future. GetWestLondon asked him about his contract talks, but he was not prepared to make any comment.

We analysed the Brentford squad ahead of the summer transfer window and where the club should look to invest.


Dean Smith shares a joke with Big Bob against Reading

Dean Smith revealed two areas where Brentford must improve. The Bees finished some distance off the play-offs and they will be looking to close the gap next season.

Brentford were to have talks over Florian Jozefzoon's future. The Dutchman was technically out of contract but the club had a one-year option they could take.

Josh Clarke knows he faces a tough battle next season. The right back found regular starts limited by the form of Maxime Colin.

Sergi Canos outlined three areas he must improve for next season after returning to Griffin Park in January.

We asked you to name your preferred Brentford line up next season using our team selector tool.


Jota celebrates against QPR

Jota revealed that he has had offers from other clubs. GetWestLondon understand that Burnley and Swansea are both interested.

Harlee Dean reflected on Brentford's third successive 10th placed finish. He believes the club, given their budget, are punching about their weight.

Brentford triggered Florian Jozefzoon's option. The Dutchman will now be staying at Griffin Park next season.

We looked behind the numbers of Brentford's season – there were some interesting ones about.

James Ferry left the Bees to join Stevenage and we considered whether he could become the next Alfie Mawson.

Nico Yennaris also revealed the thing that satisfied him most this season. The answer probably won't surprise you.

We created a quiz asking you to remember all the players who played for the Bees this season. 32 players did – can you name them all?


Romaine Sawyers celebrates his goal

Why Brentford are excited about B team signing Theo Archibald, who they signed for the B team on Friday night.

Romaine Sawyers paid tribute to Dean Smith – the midfielder has had an up and down season but credited the head coach for his faith in him.