I have had a bit of time to think about it and it is hard to narrow it down to one game.

I have played in about 400 games and there are so many highs and lows but it has never really come down to a final day relegation or promotion battle.

So I have decided to go for a cup game, although the one in question I ended up losing.

It was an FA Cup fourth qualifying round replay against Chelmsford City on October 23, 2012.

The first game at their place had ended up a draw after Higgo (Sam Higgins) scored a last minute equaliser.

I only played about five minutes of that game as I was coming back from a three or four week injury break.

And it was a pretty similar situation in the replay a few days later.

Higgo put us 1-0 up with an early goal but then we went 2-1 down.

I came on as a substitute and I played well and got the equaliser in added on time at the end of the second half.

Into extra-time, Higgo put us 3-2 up but our goalkeeper Jamie Riley didn’t have the best day and they went 4-3 up heading into the final minutes.

But Kris Newby scored a brilliant goal right at the end of extra-time and the game went to penalties.

And we couldn’t quite do it. We lost 5-3 on penalties and obviously we were all disappointed.

We had got to the first round the previous year and played Macclesfield Town and the winner of our game with Chelmsford was to play Colchester United which would have been great. Chelmsford won that game 3-1.

They were a division above us and maybe I bottled it at the end. I didn’t take a penalty but it was a great game.

In terms of a happier memory, I would pick the first Essex Senior Cup win with Concord Rangers in 2014.

I scored and set up the second against Braintree who were expected to win. I played well and it was a good season for the club.