Chris Martin is looking forward to putting the past behind him and starting afresh at Derby County.
The 28-year-old has admitted that he endured a "crazy" season last year.
The 2016-17 campaign started with him at Derby, before he was deemed surplus to requirements by then boss Nigel Pearson and he was shipped out on loan to Fulham.
Pearson was sacked and Steve McClaren came in, stating how much he loved Martin and wanted to take him back to the iPro Stadium.
Martin went on strike in an attempt to force a recall from the loan, but there was no such agreement in that loan contract, so at Craven Cottage he stayed, eventually helping the Whites to the Championship play-offs with 11 goals.
He has now lifted the lid on everything that happened during the campaign, so we thought we'd take a tongue in cheek look at what Martin might have meant with his words.
Martin's quotes are in bold and what we believe he means by it is in italic afterwards...
"It's probably the strangest season of my career, especially off the field."
"I shouldn't have gone on strike, I should have got my head down and focused on my football with Fulham."
"Hopefully, there is a real positive twist to end an up-and-down season. Football is like that at times. It can be a roller coaster but not usually all in the one season. Sometimes you need to ride the wave and, hopefully, I can top it off with a real high against England."
"I want to score for Scotland against England."
"It's been crazy. I don't want to go into too much detail but, if I told people what happened, they wouldn't believe me. Some strange things have transpired away from the football pitch."
"When Nigel Pearson was sacked I saw an opportunity to return to Derby. I told Slavisa Jokanovic I didn't want to play for Fulham anymore and when Steve McClaren said he wanted me back I thought it was on. If only I'd looked at the terms of my loan agreement..."
"I've been inconsistent but there have been some contributing factors towards that."
"I wasn't happy at Fulham, that's why I didn't play that well."
"There were certain things said during the January transfer window that didn't come from myself. That's the hardest part, trying to deal with things that I had no attachment to, really."
"Lots of people said lots of things about me, but I kept quiet. It wasn't my fault."
"I've seen a lot in my career and I'd like to think I'm fairly mature. I tried to deal with it the best way I could but that contributed to what happened on the pitch."
"I didn't like what people were saying and it affected my performances."
"I was in and out of the team and that makes it difficult to make your mark. I'll put it down to experience and go again next season."
"I should have been playing every week, even though I wasn't at the top of my game."
"It's over now, I've secured a new contract at Derby and I'll be heading back there for pre-season."
"I got what I wanted in the end."