You might say Charlie McDonald is having a jubilee celebration joining Barnet.
Not the sort of milestone that heralds 25, 50 years or whatever, but the fact the Bees forward gets on the Tube from his home near Westfields Shopping Centre at Stratford and chills all the way to Canons Park and The Hive at the other end of the Jubilee line.
It was a major reason the 33-year-old chose to throw in his lot with Martin Allen and co - that and a chance to help Barnet back to the Football League.
Last season, McDonald was at Oldham where he made 30 appearances in League One, scoring five times, and spurned other good offers as a result.
Instead, the world is his Oyster as he plots another scoring spree for a boss who finally got his man.
“The gaffer’s tried to sign me numerous times at different clubs, and I really wanted to link up with Martin this time,” McDonald said. “The whole facility is top drawer here, especially compared to Underhill, and the location perfect for me.
“Last year, being at Oldham my family was still down south so I was seeing them only once a week. I had the chance to go to Oxford, but then again it was the location. Now I can sit there and let the journey take me.”
McDonald opened the scoring for Barnet in the 5-1 defeat to his old club Brentford last night, and despite Championship pedigree eventually coming to the fore, the man twice a Bee with two different clubs believes this could be Barnet’s season.
“I’m still hungry for success,” he said. “Over the years I’ve always scored against my former clubs, so it was nice to keep that going.
“We had a great start, but their quality showed through. But it was good to get through 90 minutes unscathed that sets me up even better for Chester (on opening day).
“I had three fantastic years at Brentford; won League Two with them and became a fans’ favourite. I didn’t really want to leave, but under (manager) Uwe Rosler I wasn’t really involved, and I couldn’t wait around.”