Glenn Morris revealed he knew that last Saturday's game against Notts County was set to be his 50th appearance for the Reds before the contest.
The goalkeeper joined the club last summer, signed originally with the intention of primarily being a goalkeeping coach, but from October last year onwards he has now established hismelf as the side's first choice in between the stick, before signing a new deal last season.
"I knew it was my 50th apperance for the club coming into the game," he revealed.
"Obviously it would have been nice to get a result and maybe a clean sheet - but unfortunately we couldn't do that.
The 33-year-old insisted that he was happy being a mainstay in the side in West Sussex, and highlighted that doing so positively effects a player.
"I'm very happy here and feel like I'm settled too," he continued.
"It's a nice landmark to reach, as a footballer if you're playing games then you're happy and that's exactly how I feel.
"Hopefully I can get another 50 appearances as well!
"But you can't look too far ahead and your focus must always be on the next game.
"That's against Barnet (this Saturday) and the focus on the training ground before then has to be much of the same.
"We train with a high tempo and an intensity in every session and so that's what we'll continue to do."