Kieran Lee is one game shy of making 150 appearances for Sheffield Wednesday.
The in-form midfielder clocked up his 149th outing for the club on Saturday at St Andrew’s.
The 28-year-old joined Wednesday in summer 2012 and made his debut in September of that year in a clash with Bolton at Hillsborough.
He made 26 and 29 appearances respectively in his first two seasons with the Owls and bagged his maiden goal on the final day of the 2013/14 campaign away at Ipswich.
That strike at Portman Road provided the spark for Lee in front of goal and he went on to score six the following term from 34 appearances – the most memorable of which was this stoppage time winner against Rotherham at The New York Stadium.
Lee made the most SWFC appearances in the 2015/16 campaign, featuring 52 times for Carlos Carvalhal’s side and scored a further seven goals, one of which came in the play-off semi final first leg against Brighton.
During last week’s clash with Bristol City, he scored his first goal of the season in the 96th minute to clinch a dramatic 3-2 win.
And Lee is now in line to post his 150th appearance as the Owls host Nottingham Forest on Saturday.