Shrewsbury defender Kelvin Langmead admits he will be proud to make his 200th appearance for the club this weekend.
The 23-year-old is in line to reach the milestone if he is involved in Saturday's clash with Morecambe.
Langmead, who was brought to Shrewsbury from Preston by former boss Gary Peters four-and-a-half-years ago, is currently the club's longest serving player.
The talented performer has been converted from a striker to a defender and he has established himself as a key player in the Shrewsbury side since his arrival.
Langmead says it will be an honour to reach such a landmark for Shrewsbury in such an early stage of his career.
"I will be very proud of making my 200th appearance for Shrewsbury this weekend if selected," Langmead told skysports.com.
"I am amazed to reach such a milestone so early in my career, but it is an honour.
"I am still young and learning my trade and I still have a long way to go in my career."
Langmead is out of contract in the summer and the club have confirmed they will put off all contract talks until the end of the season
However, Langmead is not worried about the contract situation and is only focused on helping Shrewsbury win promotion to League One.
"I am not bothered by the contract situation as that will take care of itself," added Langmead.
"I am only focusing on playing well for Shrewsbury and helping the side try to win promotion."