The 33-year-old right-back is in his second spell at the club, having rejoined in January 2017 after his initial three-season stay ended in 2014.
‘He pushes himself. He has bad games, as we all do, but he’s been very consistent this season,’ manager Michael Flynn told a press conference.
‘That’s the kind of team spirit we need.’
Pipe is confident he can keep up with the rigours of League Two.
‘It’s no secret I like to look after myself off the pitch. I have always done that and I plan on doing that for as long as my body lets me to, to be honest,’ he said.
Pivotal game in Group E almost a pick ‘em with the bookies