Mickael Landreau has expressed his pride at breaking the Ligue 1 appearance record by making his 603rd outing in France's top flight.
The Bastia goalkeeper reached the milestone in his side's 1-1 Corsican derby clash at Ajaccio on Wednesday.
Landreau was unable to share his achievement - which surpasses that of former Monaco goalkeeper Jean-Luc Ettori - with any fans as the match was played behind closed doors at a neutral venue, but the 34-year-old was still delighted with the milestone.
"It is fabulous to experience this and to be able to share it," said Landreau.
"The game was played behind closed doors, but I prepare for every match in the same manner.
"I can feel what this represents and it is massive."
Landreau started his professional career at Nantes and played for Paris Saint-Germain and Lille before arriving at Bastia. He has also made 11 appearances for France.