Tottenham winger Aaron Lennon says there's more to come from him after reaching game No400 in midweek.
Victory over Europa League opponents Partizan Belgrade marked Lennon's 400th first team game.
"It's gone so quick!" he told the Spurs website. "You don't really keep count of the appearances but you keep getting reminded each time you hit one of the milestones and it's a brilliant achievement for me.
"I've enjoyed every game to be honest - they're all special. Making my debut for Leeds was great, my debut at Spurs as well. Also my first England international appearance, and especially going to the World Cup after my first season at Spurs, was really special for me."
Lennon added: "I'm still 27 and I'll be 28 in April, so there's still some petrol in the tank!"
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