All-time club great looks to break the 400-game barrier in the blue and white.
Kangaroos star Brent Harvey could become the third player to reach 400 games after signing a deal to play on next year.
Harvey signed a new one-year deal with North Melbourne today.
The veteran of 360 games will continue his career into a 19th season.
If he plays every match next season Harvey will move to third on the all-time games tally with 384 matches, behind only Michael Tuck (426) and Kevin Bartlett (403).
Roos coach Brad Scott said Harvey showed no signs of slowing down.
”I’ve certainly made my thoughts clear at list management,” he said.
”How could you argue with his performances so far? He’s just an amazing athlete.”
Harvey missed the first six rounds because of suspension but the club’s games record-holder is averaging 24 disposals in 14 matches in 2013.
The 172cm, 75kg Harvey is a five-time North best-and-fairest winner.