Goalkeeper Jose Reina has spoken of his pride as he prepares to make his 300th appearance for Liverpool.
The 28-year-old Spaniard, signed from Villarreal in 2005, is due to reach the milestone in Thursday's Europa League clash against Braga at Anfield.
Reina told the club's official website: "I trust myself and I knew I could be a good keeper here but to play 300 games - I think I've been really lucky and I'm really proud to have played in each one."
Reina has been one of the Reds' most consistent performer throughout his spell at the club and his achievements include keeping a club-record 11 consectutive clean sheets.
The player, however, is quick to play down any suggestions he might be the club's greatest-ever keeper.
He added: "It's something really big but in Liverpool's history there have been great goalkeepers. It's difficult to say who the best are because the times and the rules change. It's difficult to compare us all."