With Manchester United making their way out of the door carrying a large bulging sack with the words "Premier League Title" written on it, the rest of the season's excitement and interest now concerns the other end of the table.
It's that time of year when managers are edgy, players fretful and supporters permanently wired to blood pressure monitors as the the countdown to see who gets relegated hots up.
This season, relegation will be the costliest yet to the three teams who go down.
From 2013/14 the new television deal worth £5 billion kicks in, meaning a whopping £60 million slice per club. That's some cake.
So with the stakes at their highest, the scramble to stay in the Premier League is set to be the most intense ever.
With eight games to go for most sides involved and six points separating the five teams closest to the relegation zone, none of the teams can really rest easy.
It's squeaky-bum time with a capital squeak.
So who is going to drop and who's got the mettle to survive?