Where are they now? The 14 players signed by Hearts during the Championship-winning season
Ah those halcyon days, when everything was right at Tynecastle as points were being racked up and fans were smiling from ear to ear.
With the latest transfer window closed and league football about to get underway again after the international break, let's take a pleasant trip down memory lane by remembering the bulk of the team that won Hearts promotion back to the top flight at the first time of asking under new boss Robbie Neilson and tell you what they're up to these days.
1. Morgaro Gomis
The first signing of the Robbie Neilson era was loaned out to Motherwell before leaving for Malaysian side Kelantan in 2016. After a stint in Omar he moved back to Scotland with Dundee United and is now at Falkirk.
The striker was released at the end of the 2014/15 season and took the unpopular decision to sign with rivals Hibs. He stayed at Easter Road for two years and is now at Inverness CT following spells with Dundee United and Hamilton.
Injury problems at Hearts saw him go without a club for six months following his release in the summer of 2016. He got a job with Ittihad Tanger in Morocco but was released the same year and has been a free agent since.
Played regularly for Hearts before leaving in the summer of 2016. Joined Aberdeen for a year, without making an appearance, before helping Livingston reach promotion to the top flight. Now a coach at Dundee United.