After making his 100th Shrewsbury Town appearance against Bristol Rovers on Tuesday night, captain Luke Leahy met with the press ahead of our final game of the 2022/23 season.
We travel to Lincoln on Sunday for a midday kick-off as the campaign comes to a close.
As it stands, Luke has played every single minute of league football and is set to make his 51st appearance of the season on Sunday.
With 12 goals to his name so far, this campaign has also been Luke's most prolific in front of goal, beating his previous best of 10.
Speaking on the season as a whole, the skipper discussed how much he has enjoyed this season and implied eyes are firmly set on 10th place with one final 90 minutes to go.
ON THE SEASON AS A WHOLE:
"As a season it's been an encouraging one and it's been a positive one.
"When we look back on it next week, we'll look back on it with pride and we should be proud of what we've achieved.
"That 10th spot is available and we are hoping that Cheltenham can do us a favour and beat Charlton. Then it's up to us to go and beat Lincoln.
"It's just another game, hopefully another win and we can certainly look back on it as a successful season."
ON THE SIDE'S COMMITMENT:
"I think every player that has walked out onto that pitch has given 100% every game and that's all we can ask for. Things are not going to come off in a game but as long as we give 100%, that's the main thing.
"I think the fans recognise that as well.
"We're just hoping when that final whistle goes on Sunday, Shrewsbury Town will be sitting 10th and we can certainly enjoy that."
ON THE MOMENT THAT STICKS OUT TO HIM FROM THIS SEASON:
"There's certainly been a lot of highs and a few lows but the (Ryan) Bowman last-minute winner against Forest Green - we watched a video of that goal at the presentation awards and it brought back good memories and goosebumps.
"We have achieved a lot this season and situations like that have helped us get to where we want to be."
ON IF THERE WILL BE QUESTIONS OF 'WHAT IF':
"Absolutely because we were very close to that (the play-offs) at one point, but we're not looking at that as a disappointment because we've achieved so much this season.
"That will be tough on all of us to look back and think 'what if' because to hopefully be 10th on Sunday will be a great achievement. If we can get there and get over the line then it will be brilliant.
"There were possibilities of that (the play-offs) during the season but you know, it's one of those and we can't dwell on that."
ON HOW HE'LL REFLECT ON THE SEASON:
"If we get what we want then it will really be a good season for the club, for the players and for the manager.
"We've got to push and like I said, come that final whistle on Sunday, if Shrewsbury Town are 10th then it'll be real progress.
ON HIS FIRST SEASON AS THE CAPTAIN:
"I've loved it, I've loved every minute of it. Leading those boys out, leading a team that hopefully the fans can be proud of.
"I think that having a team where fans and players have that connection, I've noticed it in the past couple of weeks ever since Plymouth scored that goal and the fans were still applauding us, that was a real moment for me where I thought the fans have players that they can be proud of and we as players have fans we can be proud of. That's a real bonus.
"As a captain, I don't think there's anything better than leading the boys out at stadiums, big stadiums and at home - It's enjoyable.
"One last push is what I keep reiterating. One last push, one last game."
ON MAKING HIS 100TH SALOP APPEARANCE:
"It is a lot of games! I want to play every game, I said in my first interview that my aim was to play every game I can. Barring a few suspensions I've managed to do that, so it was a very proud moment for me and to get a goal and win the game was even more massive so yeah, one more game."
ON HIS 12 GOALS SO FAR THIS SEASON:
"That's my highest tally. One more game to add to it. It was nice to get a goal that wasn't a penalty (on Tuesday night) but yeah, one more game to add to it."