Tottenham Hotspur winger Aaron Lennon has been speaking about his pride at making 400 senior club appearances.
The 27-year-old’s latest milestone came when he appeared for Spurs against Partizan Belgrade in the Europa League on Thursday; a match Mauricio Pochettino’s men won 1-0.
Lennon has now made 358 appearances for Tottenham, having previously played 42 matches for Leeds United. And while his future remains in doubt – with reports claiming he could be on the move in January – the player is clearly happy with his achievement.
Speaking to the club’s official website, Lennon said, “It’s gone so quick!
“I’ve enjoyed every game to be honest – they’re all special.”
Lennon has been tipped to make a £7million move to Hull City or Queens Park Rangers, while fellow Premier League side Stoke City are also reportedly monitoring his situation.
If played regularly Lennon still has a lot to give and there is no reason he could not enjoy a renaissance similar to Tom Huddlestone and Jake Livermore if he did arrive at the KC Stadium. But whatever his future holds, he has already accumulated a considerable amount of memories and achievements.