Is there really anything left to say in this wonderful season that has comfortably surpassed any and all expectations?
Every groundbreaking victory, every broken record and every brilliant individual and collective performance has been rightly celebrated through countless column inches.
Wolves offered no fresh perspectives yesterday, sweeping aside a hapless Carlisle to rubber-stamp a 17th home win of the campaign.
After the predictably consistent Sam Ricketts tucked away a fifth minute opener there was never one moment where this game looked anything other than one final leisurely stroll for the champions.
Goals two and three duly arrived without Wolves exiting first gear, as a resplendent Molineux basked in sunshine-laden exhibition football.
And as the Mexican wave commenced it’s tenth lap of the ground, my thoughts wandered towards the challenges that await in the summer.
Keeping this carefully crafted squad together must be priority one. Retaining Stearman and Edwards. Rebuking any advances for Sako. Ensuring that all come back prepared and ready to do it all again.
I don’t subscribe to the notion that four, five, six new players must be acquired to bolster the squad for a Championship assault.
Several shrewd additions that arm Kenny Jackett with the depth and variation to cope with the demands of the second tier would more than suffice.
But if the starting XI come August mirrored the team that kicked off at three o’clock yesterday, I wouldn’t be overly concerned.
Truthfully, I’m intrigued to see how the likes of Fulham, Cardiff and any of other fancied contenders fare against the high tempo, passing game we’ve come to expect.
Greater quality from the opposition presents a greater challenge, but I suspect that in itself will bring out the very best in Kenny Jackett’s young side.
And my final words of the campaign are dedicated to the manager, who gleefully hoisted the trophy to the sky amidst joyful (if not slightly protracted) celebrations.
He more than anyone or anything gives me belief that even better times are just around the corner. I’m looking forward to the journey.