It is fair to say that the 2016/17 season will not be too fondly remembered by those associated with Cardiff City Football Club.
The Welsh side stuttered to a mid table finish, and failed to mount any form of push for a place in the top six.
Never seriously in danger of going down either, the season has been distinctly average for The Bluebirds.
One bright spark for the side from south Wales was the loan signing of Junior Hoilett, who managed to get fans off of their seats at the Cardiff City Stadium this year.
The former Blackburn Rovers winger’s contract is set to expire this summer at parent club QPR, and with the The Hoops looking to cut cost this summer, it seems that the Canadian international will be on his way out of Loftus Road.
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock will strongly consider a permanent switch for the winger this summer, and a swoop should definitely be sanctioned by Cardiff’s Malaysian owners.
Adding pace and flair to the flanks, Hoilett would be an excellent permanent addition to a Cardiff City squad which will be looking to secure a top six finish next season.
Fans can expect to see many new faces at the club next season, and Warnock should work hard to ensure that Hoilett is his first signing of the summer.