More to come from Osman
Leon Osman claims he plans on staying with Everton for the foreseeable future after passing the 300 mark at the club.
The midfielder reached the milestone during the comfortable victory over Fulham at the weekend and he is looking ahead to many more games for the side.
Osman was given his debut back in January 2003 and has not looked back since, but he is not ready to hang up his boots just yet.
He told the club's official website: "It felt special to play my 300th game.
"I've got some great memories.
"It has worked out that I have always been part of what the manager has built here - and that was the plan.
"He put me out on loan (to Carlisle and then Derby County), but brought me back quickly and since I made my first start (at Wolverhampton Wanderers in May 2004), I seem to have been part of things.
"I have continued to work hard, do my best for him, and hopefully he will still keep picking me.
"They are good memories to have. It is nice to hit a landmark like 300 games for Everton, but hopefully I'm not finished yet."