Goalkeeper Michael Duggan will make his 200th first-team appearance for Spalding United on Saturday.
The Tulips take on Belper Town at the Sir Halley Stewart Field – aiming to bounce back from last weekend’s 1-0 home defeat to title contenders Witton Albion.
Duggan – who joined the club just over four years ago – said: “When I reached 150 games last year, I was happy enough to get that far!
“Nowadays in non-League football, people don’t seem to stay at clubs for that long.
“But Spalding have always looked after me and that’s the main reason why I’ve stayed.”
Manager Chris Rawlinson said: “He has been a fantastic servant to Spalding through the club’s rise. He’s a safe pair of hands at this level.”
Full interviews in Thursday’s Spalding Guardian