Brentford manager Uwe Rosler awarded his team a curtain call after they ended the season with a 3-2 victory at relegated Chesterfield.
The Bees scored in the 12th minute of Saturday's League One clash when Sam Saunders' free-kick crept into the bottom corner and they doubled the lead in the 59th minute when Saunders broke away to set up Toumani Diagouraga to score from 12 yards.
Chesterfield responded as Franck Moussa lashed in a shot from the edge of the box, but more poor defending allowed Clayton Donaldson to head a third in the 80th minute. Mark Allott signed the Spireites off in style by firing in from 25 yards, his first goal since November 2009, but it could not save Chesterfield from a 24th league defeat.
"I have thanked the players for their commitment and attitude," said Rosler. "There was nothing to play for but the way we addressed the game was very professional.
"It was a very good, solid team performance and at times I thought we passed the ball very well. In the second half, we got a bit too confident and overplayed a bit in the wrong areas which invited them to win the ball.
"But we showed great effort and attitude and sometimes in the last game of the season, it's not easy when there's nothing to play for but the players did a very good job."