Exeter City's veteran midfielder Rob Edwards sees no reason why he cannot be a regular in the Grecians side this season.
The 35-year-old has been a virtual ever-present in his two seasons at St James Park following his transfer from Blackpool and is looking forward to life in League Two.
"I feel good. I needed a good rest after all the games, the play-offs and Wembley," Edwards told the Express & Echo.
"I hope I can play every game again this year, as long as I can stay injury-free, but if I don't play ten, 20 or 30 games next season then it wouldn't be a problem.
"If I don't play at all next year it wouldn't worry me as long as I can help the manager.
"It's always difficult to predict what's going to happen, but there's a good feeling around the club and we've got a few new players, so I'm looking forward to it."