With Christmas Day just under a week away, there will be those asking the question: 'What can I get for the Brentford fan in my life?'
Everyone says it's the thought that counts but, often enough, the thought normally is: 'They support Brentford so what Bees related item shall I get?'
Picking the right gift is always difficult; you have to wonder about shirt sizes, whether they already have the item in hand and all that jazz.
To that end, GetWestLondon has come up with five suggestions of the perfect gifts to get a Brentford fan.
The Big Book of Griffin Park
With the countdown clock of Griffin Park's life being wound as you read this, what better present to get for the Brentford fan in your life than a book reflecting on the old girl's history.
Featuring pictures and cuttings from the Bees' home of 113 years to date it is the perfect gift to commemorate the bulk of Brentford's existence.
Ooh-Aah: The Bob Booker Story
Written by Greville Waterman, the book reflects on the career of Brentford legend Bob Booker.
The 59-year-old Booker achieved six promotions and three relegations as player and coach, and who was renowned for his hard work, tenacity, dedication, honesty and graciousness.
The utility player, who played in every position except in goal, spent two spells at Brentford; the first between 1978 and 1988 before he moved to Sheffield United for three years.
He returned to Griffin Park in 1991, helping the Bees reach the second tier, before leaving after their relegation in 1993 as injury forced him to retire.
Leroy Rosenior: It's only Banter
Leroy Rosenior may not have been a popular manager at Griffin Park but his stock amongst Brentford fans has only improved over the past decade.
Inheriting a decimated squad after Martin Allen's departure and having next to no money, Rosenior struggled after a strong start.
Despite, being barracked on his final game against Crewe, he still retained high regard for Bees fans because, despite abusing him, he heard no racist comments, despite having to endure them for the majority of his career.
For those that don't particularly like wearing modern day shirts, the Brentford retro shirt with the Castle badge is one worth buying.
It can be perfect for playing football and it can keep you warm in the evenings as well.
Half Season Ticket
The half season ticket starts on Boxing Day with the game against Aston Villa and will entitle a Brentford fan to 13 home games, not including the FA Cup meeting with Notts County.