All Blacks and Crusaders midfielder Ryan Crotty is out to make the most of every last moment playing rugby in New Zealand, having signed for Japanese side Kubota Spears.
Crotty, 20, will link up with Kubota after this year's Rugby World Cup in Japan, looking to help the Crusaders to a third consecutive Super Rugby title before he does.
Taking the field for the 150th time for the Crusaders against the Rebels in Christchurch tonight, Crotty says he wants to leave New Zealand with no regrets.
"I've been mindful just to enjoy every moment that I've got left with the brothers," he told Stuff.
"You always remind yourself not to take it for granted, and just how special it is and how lucky we are.
"Now that I might only have a few more games left with the boys, you're just so mindful to be grateful for the moments you get with everyone."
As a tribute to their midfield general going into tonight's final game of the Super Rugby regular season, AMI Stadium's west stand will be known as the 'Ryan Crotty Stand'.