Torquay skipper Guy Branston returns to former club Rotherham on Saturday hoping to keep his promotion dream alive.
The 32-year-old centre-back, who has had a sensational personal season after being named in the PFA League Two Team of the Year and also winning the club's Player of the Year award, will lead his side out at Don Valley knowing a win would seal a play-off position.
It would keep their dream of League One football next season alive and give Branston hope of fulfilling a mission he embarked on when joining the Gulls last summer.
"I want to get promoted every year," Branston, who spent five years with the Millers, told Press Association Sport.
"I go to a team to win promotion and I understand, because of what has happened at Rotherham in the past, how good it is as an individual and how good it is for the club.
"That's why I joined Torquay because they had a very good team that had a great chance of promotion and hopefully that will be fulfilled."