Fergie's best XI: The defence
Well. That's another season over. Just wanted to say thanks to everyone who has read the blogs, sent e-mails, tweets and letters, plus, most importantly, watched Football Focus. We've had our best audiences in a decade and we have been trying to push the boundaries of what has always been a great show.
Football Focus bids farewell to London
We are already planning bigger and better things ahead of our move to Salford and will hopefully get you lot a bit more involved next season as well.
Alastair Campbell will be Salford-bound to collect his Premier League predictions title after defeating Lord Sugar 5-4 in a play-off on a nervy Sunday afternoon.
Roman Pavlyuchenko's last-minute winner gave Lord Sugar a vital correct score and three points. But then Arsenal's Theo Walcott spoiled his dreams with an equaliser against Fulham. The goal denied Lord Sugar another correct score, handing victory to Campbell, the former Labour spin doctor.
As for Saturday, I'm still recovering from the sight of Alan Shearer's wax figure. Mark Lawrenson was seriously spooked, too. I have to admit that it was slightly disturbing when the guys from Madame Tussauds in Blackpool arrived with a body bag and a box with the words "Alan Shearer's Head" written on it!
I'm sure the real Mr Shearer will be making an appearance in Salford next season but we thought we'd finish off the current campaign by asking regular Focus pundits Lawro and Lee Dixon to pick their best Manchester United side under Sir Alex Ferguson.
We've filmed their picks in three sections - defence, midfield and attack - and want you to contribute to some fruity debate.
As Lawro said recently, Sir Alex has built five or six different teams at Old Trafford since 1986. He has bought some stinkers along the way, like Taibi, Djemba-Djemba, Kleberson etc, but you must admit he's also constructed some impressive sides, too.
Lawro and Dixon both opted for Peter Schmeichel ahead of Edwin Van der Sar in goal but they were at odds when it came to the centre-halves. Did they go for Pallister, Bruce, Vidic or Ferdinand? Find out by watching part one below. Parts two and three will appear here on Wednesday and Thursday, so stay tuned.
As long as I'm here, the blog will return next season. In the meantime, you can follow me over the summer on Twitter at twitter.com/danwalkerbbc. I'll also see you next on the telly at the Open at Sandwich in July.
Thanks again for all your support, questions and comments - both positive and negative - over the season. The point of these blogs, the behind-the-scenes videos, Focus Forum, Friday Focus and Twitter is to try to get you a little closer to the programme. Hopefully we've managed to achieve that in some small measure.
See you in Salford.