Steven Reid is ready to see out the rest of his career at West Bromwich Albion after signing a new two-year deal at the club.
The 31-year-old full-back, who completed a free transfer to The Hawthorns following a loan spell from Blackburn two years ago, will soon be heading into his 10th successive Premier League season.
Reid is on course to return for pre-season after picking up an ankle injury whilst playing in the Baggies' 1-0 win over Chelsea in March.
And the former Republic of Ireland international is just delighted to have made it a decade of top-flight football when he steps out for the club next season.
"I never envisaged playing for 10 years in the Premier League," said the former Millwall star.
"I'm delighted and more importantly it is going to be our third successive season in the Premier League as a club.
"At the age of 14 or 15, you just want to get into a first team and play football at whatever level.
"Luckily enough for me I'll be going into my 10th year at this level. I'd a dream come true really.
"I started at Millwall and had a good few years there. I had a good spell at Blackburn and I'm hoping the spell I have at West Brom now is the same sort of spell I had at those two clubs.
"I don't seem to move around too often and hopefully coming here is my last move.
"I'm delighted to be at a club that is developing and progressing and fast becoming an established Premier League team.
"And I like to think I've repaid the club - and the fans are happy with that.
"I want to stay here for as long as possible. Hopefully we can rebuild something here.
"The players have come on leaps and bounds over the last couple of years. It's a team that come the start of next season wants to be setting its sights high."