Artur Krysiak celebrated a landmark amount of games for Town in Saturday’s 3-1 win at Morecambe.
The Polish stopper ticked on to 100 appearances for the Glovers in all competitions in a match which saw the Green and Whites record their first three points since the end of January.
Former Exeter City keeper Krysiak joined from the Grecians ahead of the 2014/15 season and was made surplus to requirements by former manager Paul Sturrock in the final year of his first contract.
However, Darren Way saw the 27-year-old as a crucial part of his plans for the future and offered him a new two-year deal last summer.
Krysiak is grateful for the belief Way has shown in him and also paid a special tribute to his wife for her continued backing.
“I will celebrate because you have to enjoy these moments,” he told YTFC’s official YouTube channel.
“It’s a fantastic achievement and I’m really glad to be part of a club that has a great history of producing players and giving them a chance.
“I need to thank Darren Way for keeping me at the club and offering me a two-year contract.
“One more person I would like to thank is my wife who has stood by me since day one, been with me through my highs and lows, and I’m very thankful.”
He continued: “It was a difficult time for me (under Sturrock) but you have to believe in yourself.
“I’m a believer - I believe in myself and my ability. I stood up for myself and proved I can be part of this fantastic club.
“We’ve got a fantastic team, and I’m proud to be a part of it and proud of what we’ve achieved so far.”