Brentford secured a third successive top-10 finish in the Championship, finishing 10 with a total of 64 points.
It has been a season of highs and lows with some great performances as well as some terrible ones thrown in for good measure.
Indeed, Brentford's form has fluctuated throughout the season with the Bees looking like a side capable of mounting a promotion challenge to one that could be sucked into the bottom three.
Here, GetWestLondon looks back at the best, and the worst, games of the season from a Bees perspective.
Best performance: Brentford 4-0 Derby
There were a number of good candidates for this category including the 5-0 win over Preston, 2-0 win at QPR, 3-0 win over Aston Villa and the 2-0 win against Leeds.
But the display against Derby was, in my opinion, the closest Brentford came to a complete 90 minute performance, both defending and going forward.
The Rams were still harbouring slim hopes of a play-off push under Gary Rowett but that all came crashing down as they were taken apart by a rampant Brentford side.
Lasse Vibe opened the scoring in the first half as Derby were left to rue Dan Bentley's save after David Nugent burst through in the first 10 minutes.
The Rams had more of the ball in the second half but, with 20 minutes remaining, the Bees found an extra gear.
Jota doubled the lead on 70 minutes before Vibe rooted Scott Carson to the spot with eight minutes remaining.
And in the last minute, the Spaniard found the net again to complete the rout.
Worst performance: Norwich 5-0 Brentford
There have been a number of poor performances from the Bees such as the 2-1 loss at Wigan, the 2-0 home defeat to Wolves but the display at Carrow Road was the worst seen for many a year.
This was a Norwich side that came into the game on the back of five successive defeats and low on confidence.
Jacob Murphy put the Canaries in front after six minutes before Graham Dorrans scored from a rebound after his penalty was saved by Bentley.
Robbie Brady made it 3-0 just before the hour mark and some of the Bees' players , in the opinion of Dean Smith after the game, 'gave up'.
Nelson Oliveira added a fourth with 11 minutes remaining on the clock and Alex Pritchard, who ran the game for the hosts, made it five in the closing stages.
Most entertaining game: Burton 3-5 Brentford
This contest saw the best and worst of Brentford over the course of 90 minutes as the Bees came from two goals down to win for the first time since beating Swansea in 1991.
The Bees, who had led after 10 minutes through Sergi Canos' goal, found themselves 3-1 down at the break after some of the worst defending seen all season.
Burton equalised on 21 minutes as Lasse Vigen Christensen's corner was flicked on to the back post for Marvin Sordell to score.
Incredibly, two minutes later, the exact same thing happened and it was made worse when Cauley Woodrow fired in a free kick.
After a warning at half-time that the Bees would lose their weekend off during the international break, Dean Smith's side came out fighting.
Lasse Vibe pulled a goal back within six minutes of the restart before Canos equalised just after the hour mark.
The Bees were now in the ascendancy and, with five minutes to go, Vibe made it 4-3 and, 60 seconds later, it was five as Jota found the target.
Least entertaining game: Brentford 0-0 Norwich
New Year's Eve. 5.30pm kick off on television. I would be amazed if a large number of viewers didn't switch off and start their celebrations early.
Certainly, a number of fans in the ground wished they'd done exactly that as the two sides played out a dull goalless draw that saw just four shots, all from Norwich, on target in the entire contest.
Indeed the only thing of note, from a Brentford perspective that day, was the club announcing that Jota was coming back to Griffin Park while Norwich had Robbie Brady sent off for a rash challenge on Ryan Woods.
The only positive the Bees could take is that the performance was better than the one at Carrow Road.
Most satisfying performance: Brentford 3-1 QPR
This was a choice of two; winning at Loftus Road in October or completing the double at Griffin Park in April.
The reason I've gone for the home game was for Ian Holloway's crass prediction that the Bees would be relegated at the end of the season.
I felt Brentford played better at Loftus Road where Josh Clarke and Romaine Sawyers scored as Rangers fans were left to fight among themselves.
Holloway had been constantly critical of Brentford as a Sky pundit and his words came back to haunt him as his QPR side were, ultimately, outclassed over 90 minutes.
Yoann Barbet gave the Bees the lead midway through the first half before Jota made it two after the break.
Joel Lynch pulled one back soon after but the Spaniard roasted Jake Bidwell to wrap up the three points and leave Holloway denying that he'd tipped the Bees to go down.
Least satisfying performance: Brentford 0-2 Fulham
Losing to your west London rivals at home is always going to leave a sour taste in the mouth but to be comprehensively outplayed would only make it worse.
In fairness to Fulham, there are, in my opinion, the best team the Bees have faced all year and are the side I reckon that will win the play-offs.
The Whites should have been out of sight at half time but Sone Aluko's goal was the only thing separating the two teams.
Brentford made a better fist of it in the second half but Tom Cairney wrapped up the win in second half stoppage time.