Whilst most sensible people out there are now looking forward to the future, no matter what that will hold for Bolton Wanderers, we've been taking a look back last week - as we review every player and manager who appeared for the Whites this season.
Next up on the list, are those tricksy attacking midfielders:
* - Mark Davies
The Good - A fine individual goal against Brentford showed how good he can be on his day.
The Bad - Davies was again restricted by injuries, playing in only 15/46 Championship games, missing the Cup games entirely.
The Ugly - Injuries seem to keep cropping up with Davies. Now three years into the Championship, Davies has only managed a mere 57 games out of a possible 138. Davies' injury this season coincided with the upturn in form Lennon brought, and he subsequently missed 4 months.
What does next season hold? - Hopefully a season free of injuries that could build into a great midfield partnership with Vela. But with rumoured interest from Crystal Palace, it may be time to cash in on a player who only really plays half of a season.
2014/2015 Rating - 6.5/10
* - Rochinha
The Good - After his long awaited debut against Ipswich it seemed as if we'd signed the new Lionel Messi. Rochinha earned rave reviews from Bolton and Ipswich fans.
The Bad - His 3 appearances after didn't live up to the hype of the Ipswich game.
The Ugly - Just too lightweight for the Championship.
What does next season hold? - Maybe an option to come back on loan. Probably not.
2014/2015 Rating - 5/10
* - Zach Clough
The Good - Couldn't of made a greater start to his Wanderers career. A goal in the FA cup on his debut against Wigan. Brilliant. Clough then went on to score 5 more times and made a mug of Martin Skrtel along the way.
The Bad - The fact it took Clough so long to make his debut.
The Ugly - Clough's amazing start was cut short in early March when Reading decided 'attack is the best form of defence' meant something else entirely. In a game where Bolton had already lost Wheater and McNaughton to injury inside 25 minutes, Clough left the field just before half time with a dislocated shoulder.
What does next season hold? - Fingers crossed Clough starts next season in the form he was on last season. And remains injury free.
2014/2015 Rating - 8/10
* - Eidur Gudjohnsen
The Good - Eidur came in and gave a huge lift to everyone involved with the club. It's just brilliant seeing him playing in a Wanderers shirt again. The goal against Cardiff City was fantastic, as was the pass for Heskey's goal.
The Bad - Eidur's had to play more games and more minutes than he probably expected, due to the ridiculous amount of injuries.
The Ugly - The misses away at Liverpool were pretty shocking.
What does next season hold? - Hopefully Eidur signs a new deal and finishes his career here. And lead Iceland into the Euro's.
2014/2015 Rating - 7/10
* - Darren Pratley
The Good - Pratley finally came into form under the stewardship of Neil Lennon. Goals against Millwall and Huddersfield were particularly brilliant.
The Bad - August to October.
The Ugly - Getting injured as soon as he had picked up form, typical for any Bolton player.
What does next season hold? - After rumours of moves to Ipswich and QPR, it seems Prats is here to stay. If he can regain the form prior to his injury, he'll no doubt continue to be an important figure in the Wanderers squad.
2014/2015 Rating - 7/10
The Good - Another player who flourished under Lennon. It was like seeing the Chungy before the broken leg. The pass for Clayton's goal against Wigan was fantastic.
The Bad - August to October. Just underwhelming. Missed an easy header against Watford aswell.
The Ugly - Going to Crystal Palace for peanuts in January. It's become an unwelcome trend that our best players go for nout or for peanuts.
What does next season hold? - Hopefully Chungy can cement himself a place in Crystal Palace's starting 11.
2014/2015 Rating - 7.5/10