Graham Stack hopes Barnet Football Club can achieve big things after signing a contract keeping him at the club until 2015.
The goalkeeper also revealed his pride at leading the Bees out as captain during Edgar Davids’s absence.
Speaking exclusively to BarnetFC.com, Stack revealed that he has big plans for what he hopes to achieve during his time with the Bees.
"I want to be successful and hope that the club can achieve promotion during my time here because I want to be a Barnet player that is remembered for achieving something.
"This season has been a tough one but we have shown during the past month that we are capable of beating anyone. There is a way to go but we have big aspirations."
Stack also talked of his pride at recently being made captain by Edgar Davids who missed out on a starting spot for two games due to injury.
"I was delighted to be made club captain. It was an absolute privilege and I am very proud to have led the team.
"I believe I have good leadership qualities and cope with the responsibility well. I have always played and led that way with or without the armband."
Leeds United and Arsenal are just two of the big clubs Stack has played for and he admitted it has allowed him to help the younger members of the squad in their progression.
"As a senior player you have a responsibility to help the younger players in the squad, give them advice and aid them in their development both on and off the pitch.
"I have been fortunate enough to play for some massive clubs during my career and I have learnt a lot so it is great to be able to pass that on to the youngsters."