ALEX Kenyon said his 200 game milestone might have gone unnoticed had it not been for his mum.
Kenyon reached the landmark of 200 games with starts and substitute appearances in the 2-2 draw with Crewe on Saturday and said he was delighted to achieve the feat.
He said: “I didn’t fully realise it to be honest but my mum told me - and a few thousand other people too I think.
“It took more than five and a half years to get to milestone and it was a good feeling although it would have been much better to have got the three points.
"It was a frustrating way to end the game though and it felt like a loss at the end to be honest.
“When I first signed for the club five and a bit years ago I didn’t really have my sights set on any milestones. I was only a young lad really when I joined but I’ve been here a while now and got to 200 and I hope there are many more the follow.
“I feel quite proud to have got there because while I have been here there have been a lot of changes at the club and the gaffer has supported me during that time and I’m really grateful for his support.''