Defender Alan Sheehan is desperate to mark a milestone appearance with three points when Notts County face Shrewsbury Town this weekend.
Sheehan arrived at Meadow Lane in the summer of 2011 and is in line to play his 100th game for the Magpies at Greenhous Meadow.
The team’s longest serving first team player will become one of few players to join the ‘100 Club’ in recent years and is proud of the personal achievement.
To mark the occasion, Sheehan is determined to end game 100 in the same manner as game one – with a well deserved away victory.
He told Magpie Player: “I’m looking forward to it as much as any other game but it’s a very proud moment for me to play 100 games in just over two years.
“I’ll be really happy to get to 100 because it’s a nice landmark but please, God, let’s hope we can make it a win to ensure that it’s a good day.
“It would be brilliant to get a win, we need that and there’s no shying away from it.
“We need to start winning games and putting a run together coming up to the Christmas period and get out of this mess.
“They’re not going to make it easy for us and we’ve got to go and take the three points rather than them give it to us.”
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