Notts County defender Mike Edwards is hoping to pen a new deal with the club as soon as possible.
The 30-year-old has played an integral role in the Magpies' promotion from League Two this season and is set for talks with manager Steve Cotterill over a new deal.
Edwards, County's longest serving player, has been at the club since 2004 and is one of 11 players out of contract in the summer.
He told the Nottingham Evening Post: "Hopefully we can get something sorted because I want to stay, it's a great club.
"It's been a fantastic year."
After a turbulent off-field campaign at Meadow Lane, Notts County managed to win League Two and Edwards admits the 5-0 victory over Cheltenham at the weekend in a promotion party is the highlight of his career so far.
"It was the best day of my career," he added.
"We've been at the wrong end of the table a couple of times and it's been a success to stay in the league. But as a player you want to win promotions and titles, so this season has been fantastic.
"We knew in pre-season we had the makings of a great team and it has been proved.
"We have achieved what we aimed to and it's a credit to everybody involved."