IAIN TURNER is hoping to become the only member of the Everton squad to pick up silverware this season.
The 20-year-old Scot has been on loan at Chester for the last two months and helped Mark Wright's outfit secure the Conference championship with last weekend's victory over Scarborough.
He will remain at the Deva Stadium until the end of the season but his long-term future remains at Goodison, where he was handed a new three-year contract before Christmas.
But he is delighted that he will be coming back to Everton with the first medal of his young career - provided he plays in this weekend's clash with Hereford.
He explains: "It was a great feeling (to win the league), it has to be said.
"I've not felt like that at all in my entire life. When that final whistle went - the relief and the joy I felt was brilliant.
"At full-time everyone just ploughed onto the park and the celebrations started. The Chester fans have been brilliant in every game I've played in.
"They've really supported the club and it was great to see the stadiumfull.
"If I play on Saturday, I think I can get a medal, because I will have played in 12 games.
"I'm looking to finish on a high against Hereford.
"You learn a lot from every coach you work alongside and I've picked up a few tips from Mark Wright along the way.
"My spell at Chester has given me more experience, I'd like to think it has made me a better keeper and next season I'm looking to progress even further.
"The number one spot at Everton is still my aim and I'm going to keep working hard to achieve it."
He has yet to experience defeat with the Conference side. But the modest shot-stopper insists it is not down to him.
He adds: "I know that Chester haven't been beaten since I've been there, but in all honesty I've not had to do that much.
"Since I started playing there, the back three in front of me of Daniel Collins, Phil Bolland and Scott Guyett have done really well. They've been solid and helped me along."