Crawley Town player Dannie Bulman is to be offered a new deal when his contract runs out at the end of the season.
The popular midfielder is enjoying life at the Checkatrade.com Stadium since John Gregory became manager.
The fans’ favourite joined the all-time top-10 appearance-makers for the club on Good Friday with his 315th during their 2-1 victory against Leyton Orient.
Bulman revealed: “John needs to pull his finger out! He’s said I’ll be offered one so we’ll see what he’s going to say and we’ll go from there.
“When Richie Barker was here I was a bit-part player. The Gaffer has come in and I’ve played quite a few games.
“I was quite glad it didn’t take me long to get back into the swing of things after having been out for six weeks.
“I’m happy with my fitness and the way I’m playing at the moment.”
Bulman feels he still has plenty of energy left despite being the oldest member of the squad at 35.
He said: “I feel fine. It takes longer for the old legs to recover. It’s a case of getting a routine, not drinking as much as I’d like and eating all the right things. It’s boring but has to be done!”