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Ahead of his 200th NRL match, Raiders captain Jarrod Croker insists his best football is still to come.

Since debuting for the Raiders in 2009, the centre has broken numerous records including the record of the club's highest ever points scorer.

At only 26 years of age, Croker is set to become the fourth youngest player to reach the milestone in NRL history.

Speaking to the media ahead of this weekend's match against the Eels, Croker said he was proud of his achievement.

"I'm very proud of it, I'm not going to shy away from that," Croker said. "Looking forward, I've still got plenty more left which is probably the more exciting part."

Hear Croker discuss his 200th NRL match and his journey from a young player to club captain in the video above.

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