If Nico Yennaris features for Brentford on Sunday against Blackburn he will have been the only member of the squad to be involved in every game this season.
The former Arsenal man has had a strong campaign for the Bees, scoring six goals and setting up a further five.
It's a long way for the man who, two years ago, was out on loan at Wycombe and facing an uncertain future at the club.
And Yennaris has been pleased to have built up a run of form and become an ever-present.
“The first few seasons here weren't easy and I've worked hard and it's been good to be involved in every game this season,” he said.
“I think at the back end of last season what I could do in midfield and the gaffer has shown faith in me there and it's nice to have a good run. I've been able to do that and build some consistency.”
Brentford will secure a top 10 spot with victory over Blackburn and Yennaris is content with the performance, especially in light of their fine form at the end of the campaign.
He added: “I think we've done all right. There have been times we've looked back at a few games and it's come down to inexperience and not seeing out games where we end up drawing or losing in the last 10 minutes.
“We've finished strongly and we've been managing games better. We kept most of the squad together from last season and it was good for us to keep playing and there weren't many new faces coming in.”
Indeed, recent home performances have been exceptional and Yennaris named three games he was particularly fond of.
He explained: “There's been a few this season. Leeds at home. Aston Villa at home. QPR away.
“There's not one that stands out as there's been a few where we've thought we played well today. It's hard to pick one off the top of my head.”
Unsurprisingly, the 5-0 defeat at Norwich was ranked as the worst game of the season.