The Robins enjoyed a mix campaign in their first season back in the Championship, but they look like a revitalised side under the helm of Lee Johnson.
The Robins looked destined for the drop half way through the season, who struggled to jump out of the bottom three.
However, when Lee Johnson took charge of his first game, the squad was injected with a broad amount of confidence – winning seven of their final 16 games of the year.
Some displays that really stood out for the Bristol supporters were from the back four, with the likes of Aden Flint and Nathan Baker producing consistent performances.
Even though, the South West side conceded 71 goals in total for the whole season, there was a major improvement in defence.
Lee Johnson will have a busy summer ahead of him and he will be setting his ambitions high after witnessing an exceptional second half to their campaign.
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