Chris Laker sees reasons to be cheerful - even as a Tottenham fan.
As another Premiership season comes to an end, there are of course the usual high and low points to discuss from what has been the tightest title race in years.
There have been many memorable high points during the campaign. Maybe you remember the Beckham free-kick that sent England to the World Cup this summer. It could be the joy of seeing Brighton gain their second successive promotion that will stay with you forever.
However, my own personal high point of the season came at Highbury when Arsenal's French fop Robert Pires tripped over his Alice band, promptly ruling himself out of contention for any football for a very long time. Justice to the common man I think!
Other high points must be the laughter that surrounded Blackburn midfielder Garry Flitcroft when he was unmasked as 'serial adulterer' to the lap dancing fraternity, or when Sven Goran Eriksson gave the 50+ club hope, by bedding his own shooting star – Ulrika Jonsson.
Now, although these are all worthy high points, the one thing I shall miss most during the off-season will be Ron Atkinson's brilliant comments for ITV's Champions League coverage.
I shall miss great one off-lines such as: 'They're like a colander at the back', when assessing Bayer Leverkusen's defensive capabilities in their game against Arsenal, among other gems.
But, as they say, good and bad even themselves out, and this is particularly relevant in footballing circles, a fact which now leads me on to the low points.
Looking back, there are several that spring to mind. Obviously as a Spurs fan, Arsenal's success must grate, but I tend to console myself in the knowledge that next season Manchester United will be back and Arsenal will have to settle for runners-up again.
A low moment was also seeing Des Lynam struggling to retain his famous calm and composure, while struggling even more with the ridiculous ramblings of 'expert' Terry Venables on the 'all-new' Premiership highlights programme.
But without a shadow of a doubt, the lowest of the low points must have been when Phil Neville came on for his injured brother Gary during the Champions League semi-final first leg, thus virtually securing his seat on the plane to Japan and Korea.
Roll on the World Cup ey?