Gillingham goalkeeper Simon Royce is to open talks with the club over a new contract.
The 37-year-old kept a clean sheet as the Gills won promotion from League Two by beating Shrewsbury at Wembley on Saturday but is out of contract next month - and fears he will not be offered a new deal by the Kent club, who he joined in 2007.
"We're going to have a chat," said Royce. "Gillingham is my number one choice. I'm hoping it's not my last game for Gillingham.
"I'm not confident that there will be something for me, but I think promotion has helped a little bit. The manager has kept faith in me so I'm pleased, and I'm waiting to see what happens next year.
"If it doesn't happen then there won't be any sour grapes. I'll be going out on a high. How bad is that - a clean sheet at Wembley and a bit of silverware."
Meanwhile, Gillingham defender Simon King is relishing the prospect of lining up against some big clubs in League One next season.
The centre-back was man of the match as the Gills won saw off the Shrews at the home of English football, and after a season playing against the likes of Accrington and Morecambe, the Kent club will now be lining up against Charlton, Southampton, Norwich and Leeds next season.
"It's brilliant," said King. "The prospect of playing teams like Charlton, Southampton and Norwich away, it's going to be absolutely brilliant.
"As a footballer, you want to play at these big grounds in front of big crowds so you've got to enjoy the moment."
Being man of the match at Wembley was another accolade in a season which saw King win four player of the year prizes, but he was quick to praise his team-mates for their performances.
"Any one of the starting XI deserved it," he added. "On the day no-one let the game pass them by, everyone put a hard graft in, no-one really froze and I think any one of us could have got man of the match."