Hey! Turns out everybody loves us now. Big thanks to Arsenal, FA Cup, BT Sport and YouTube for your help with that. Much obliged.
Oh and thanks to everyone who made Friday's protest possible. As Tom Furnival-Adams explored yesterday - these moments are important.
It's back to London again tonight, although we're talking the gritty world of League One against the best team ever (if League One was the best league in the world, and Brentford and Wolves didn't exist).
Welcome back to the most unexpectedly exciting competition since that pretend game of penny football you played on the desks at schools. Or maybe that was just me.
It's the Johnstone's Paint Trophy! The trophy that gave us such hope, such belief, and such drama last season. We even got to a final, of sorts. After a fashion.
The Sky Blues sign off at the Ricoh for this season at least. It's a nice sunny day. Nice day for football.
Saying that, it's also a nice day for the beer garden, or a stroll around Draycote Water with the missus. But we're here now. We've committed to just one more game, and much like these ever declining rambles, we might as well see it through.
The final visitors are Leyton Orient. A club whose season has mirrored our in many respects, up until our partially-enforced capitulation over the last month of course.
Welcome Orient. You have a funny name.