This season's FA Cup adventure is about to begin for Sutton but they are still counting what they made from last time round.
Their successful run brought around a million pounds into the club and they have used it to update their basic facilities.
This is what the dressing rooms looked like before they spent £150,000 upgrading them.
Last season, Sutton - a team of part-timers made a big impact, knocking out Leeds and AFC Wimbledon. But they were eventually beaten by Arsenal after a 2-nil defeat.
When Jamie Collins isn't grafting on the building site he's the club's captain.
Sutton now have a new club shop old worn floors inside the club had seen better days but have now been replaced.
The leaking roof has been fixed as part of the makeover.
The club still has enough money left over to improve its academy facilities. They're going to be spending around £300,000 next year on a new pavilion which will include four new classrooms and four new dressing rooms.
The FA Cup is often criticised for losing its magic but the competition can breathe new life into teams like Sutton who have got no where near winning silverware.