Sean Dyche hopes 2018 can be just as memorable as the past 12 months as Nahki Wells and Burnley look to end a famous year on a high.
Wells and his teammates play their final game of 2017 at Huddersfield Town on Saturday, knowing they will see out the year in the Premier League’s top seven.
But for Wells several things will be on the Bermudians mind!
Will he play against his former club, will he get a chance at a second Premier League appearance and will that be the last time for this season he would be in the Burnley kit for a match.
For Burnley they have not scaled such heights at this stage of a campaign since 1973 - having maintained their status last season as a top-flight club for the first time since the middle of the same decade.
Football matches in Bermuda over the Christmas season has seen an influx of people wearing the Burnley Jersey with Wells on the back, so the watch on the speculation around Aston Villa and Wolves showing interest will begin on Sunday night.