On Tuesday, Get West London looked at three of the best players in League One that Queens Park Rangers may consider for moves this summer.
Now it's the end of the season, clubs know where they'll be playing next August, of course. But what about for some players who have been relegated?
Blackburn Rovers, another big club, have dropped into League One and some of their players will have to be sold to balance the books.
So we have looked at three of their better performers from last season who QPR could take a look at snapping up, below.
He's certainly been involved in the Premier League and Championship all his career, and was Blackburn's main threat in attack last season.
So they went down but he still got goals. Graham does turn 32 this summer but he has a wealth of experience and can definitely still cut it in the Championship for at least another two seasons.
Could be a shrewd bit of business. He's a tall striker but not a target man like Matt Smith, he's quicker and has more of an eye for goal.
Still only 28, the versatile midfielder can play on the right or in the middle of the park. Made his name at Brighton before a big move to Norwich City in the Premier League.
Has a lot to offer in the peak of his career and could be a decent partner for Massimo Luongo. Will surely attract many Championship clubs now after Rovers' relegation.
The goalkeeper has good experience at Championship level and could be someone for Rangers if player of the year Alex Smithies is snapped up by a bigger club.
However, he'd also be a good back-up to Smithies. At 26 years old, Steele has made nearly 300 career appearances already, 44 of which came last season.