The Cove Rangers goalkeeper can be honoured with a testimonial on Saturday when Dunfermline go to Balmoral Stadium (1pm).
The Cove custodian is celebrating 12 years of service in two spells with the League One winners however the shotstopper, who turned 34 in January, believes he has a superb few years forward of him.
He’s heading into the veteran stage of his profession however Stuart McKenzie has no intention of hanging up his gloves anytime quickly.
He mentioned: “I’ve no plans on stopping. I really feel I had a fairly good season and I wish to maintain going as I nonetheless really feel fairly match.
“A whole lot of goalies peak of their later years. It’s an unforgiving place in that for those who make a mistake as a rule it’s going to lead to a objective being conceded.
“The extra you play and the extra expertise you achieve it stands you in good stead for large video games and large moments later in your profession.
“I’ll go till my physique says I can’t go any extra.”
McKenzie has completed all of it in his time with Cove, along with his aspect’s League One win final season giving him the 14th winners’ medal of his tenure with the membership.
The landmark win places McKenzie stage with the haul of former captain Eric Watson and the goalkeeper is honoured to be in such esteemed firm.
He mentioned: “I counted up my medals and the League One winners’ medal has taken me to 14 in my time at Cove.
“To affix Eric, who is clearly a membership legend, on the prime of the desk so to talk, is an honour.”
“When informed his accomplishments put him firmly within the legend bracket too McKenzie replied: “I don’t suppose I’ll take into consideration that till I end enjoying.
“It’s once I cling up my gloves I’ll actually look again on the journey I’ve been on with the membership, particularly the final 4 or 5 years coming from the Highland League to the place we are actually within the Championship.
“I’ve been lucky to be in quite a lot of good altering rooms in my time right here. There’s been a core group of boys who’ve been on this journey.
“Final season there was eight of us from the Highland League days however it’s down to 6 now that Harry Milne and Ryan Strachan have left though that’s fairly good going when you think about the place the membership is now.”