Lee Worgan has chalked up another big milestone after completing five seasons without missing a league game.
Maidstone keeper Worgan must surely be the only ever-present player in the country over that period.
It's a remarkable achievement for the 34-year-old who has played 226 consecutive league matches since joining from Tonbridge in 2013.
A thigh injury this season threatened his record and, according to Worgan, affected his form.
But he battled on and finished the season on top of his game.
Worgan, who has a year left on his contract, said: "It's always a tough one because you're hoping you don't get injured but in the same breath you've got to be professional.
"There were times I did have a little injury but I'm desperate to play football matches and mentally I just needed to get some painkillers and some sports drinks and get through it.
"Five years is a hell of an achievement and I am really proud of it.
"There were a handful of games I could have missed.
"We played Torquay away and I'd done something to the middle part of my thigh which took quite a time to get right again.
"It probably coincided with a time when I wasn't playing particularly brilliantly but I managed to get myself through it.
"I'll be the first to admit I had a little dip in form but I'm proud I came out of it and finished the season well.
"You try and judge yourself on clean sheets and I think that's 12 in the league, so that's more than last year."
It's been a season of highs and lows for Jay Saunders' side but Worgan feels National League survival is something to celebrate.
He said: "You've got to be proud of the boys because staying in this division is brilliant for this football club.
"It's phenomenal. We've got very astute and savvy owners at the club who want to do it step by step, in the right way, and you've got to take your hat off to them.
"It's financially a difficult league to be in and you see a lot of clubs who don't know what their future holds, whereas we're strong for years to come.
"Jay obviously needs a little bit more backing next season to try and push up the division a bit but I think luck has a bit to do with it as well.
"I think losing Joe Pigott was massive for us but the boys have been outstanding.
"There was a time it might have gone the other way but we were good enough and strong enough to pull through."