And it's back. Already within ten minutes of being crowned I struggled through a throng of Chelsea faithful declaring to the Fulham Road that is why indeed we are champions.
On three occasions we have knocked seven goals past the bewildered defences of Aston Villa, Stoke and Sunderland and to win the trophy by topping that with a spectacular 8 past Wigan on Sunday was the icing on the cake.
Surely now I will no longer be reading comments from opposing fans declaring that referee's decisions were the reasons we won the title. Or are 103 goals still not proof enough?
A picture supposedly says 1000 words, this says 103 goals!
As I stated in my last column, heaps of praise need to be showered on to Carlo Ancelotti. What he has achieved in only one season is matched only by Jose Mourinho, who at the time had Abramovich's millions at his immediate disposal, and can be surpassed with a victory at Wembley on Sunday.
There have been so many big performances by so many players, even the likes of Ross Turnbull who came into goal and did his job for a couple of games and Paulo Ferreira who deputised on both flanks on more than one occasion. This is exactly the sort of squad you need to get a title.
Realistically though there need to be some changes to the team in order to do the same next season, we were benefactors of several weakened squads and this was in no place more apparent than the poor showing from England's representatives in the latter stages of the Champions' League.
However we weren't just lucky, there was far more to it than that. Ancelotti obviously had a job to do in picking the team up from their disappointment against Inter, and it is clear that he managed to do this. Keeping on Ray Wilkins as assistant manager, and promoting from within help to keep a stability so often lost when new management teams come in.
It is far from me to belittle the accomplishments by Jose in his tenure at the Bridge, he was no doubt an exceptional manager and won the silverware to show this - however Ancelotti has done the same with a squad who is four years older and little changed from those times, his record at A.C. Milan was not to be sniffed at.
The age is a problem though, and next season we will need to blood in youngsters in the lesser competitions, much like Wenger has tried to do with Arsenal, just so they are ready in a couple of seasons time. We will also need to spend. This is going to be the objective at Man United, Man City and Arsenal - so we can't take it for granted and not challenge in the transfer market.
So it is just 5 days to go now until the final challenge is upon us. The first ever double in the history of the club would be an absolute delight to witness, and even though the FA Cup may have been overshadowed by European competition in years past, there is still something special about being able to say you did the double.
Keep The Blue Flag Flying High!