Bondz N'Gala is keen to remain a Barnet player and test himself in Football League again after their 2-0 win over Gateshead last weekend.
The former West Ham trainee had spells with Plymouth, Yeovil, Stevenage and Portsmouth before dropping out of the league with Barnet.
He played 44 games as the Bees won promotion back to the Football League and the 25-year-old is keen to prove his point in the league.
He said: “I've got an option on my contract so it's down to the club whether they want to take it up. I want to prove myself in the Football League.
“We want to emulate Luton (last season's Conference champions who are set for a top-10 finish). We've got enough quality to compete in League Two. We're capable of performing in League Two.”
N'Gala was, naturally, ecstatic after being part of a Barnet side to win their third Conference title.
He added: “I never felt something like that in my life. It is my first promotion and I was so happy. It all felt so surreal with the fans on the pitch. It's an amazing feeling.
“It was an amazing season. This is an amazing group. The boys are unbelievable. We showed everyone what we can do. We had a sticky patch and that's what champions do.
“The supporters have been fantastic. I've never seen The Hive so full and it was an amazing atmosphere. I'm hoping we can emulate that next season.”
N'Gala was also complimentary of manager Martin Allen, who masterminded this triumph.
The defender added: “He's a special manager. He knows what he wants and what he wants to build and he got what he wanted in the end.”