Hodgson becomes only the 15th manager in Premier League history to reach this landmark.
"It's surprising how quickly you pick those games up," he told Crystal Palace's official website. "It's a very nice milestone - I'm proud of that of course but I'm looking to push that number forward in the future."
|Arsene Wenger||828||Rafael Benitez||340|
|Alex Ferguson||810||Alan Curbishley||328|
|Harry Redknapp||641||Tony Pulis||322|
|David Moyes||526||Alan Pardew||320|
|Sam Allardyce||512||Jose Mourinho||305|
|Mark Hughes||466||Joe Kinnear||302|
|Steve Bruce||403||Roy Hodgson||299|
Asked to pick a highlight of the 299 matches, Hodgson cast his mind to his time at Craven Cottage.
Inheriting a side 19th and six points adrift of safety, Hodgson steered Fulham to victories in their last three matches of 2007/08, starting with a 3-2 win from 2-0 down at Manchester City and culminating in a final-day victory at Portsmouth to secure their Premier League status.
"We'd [Fulham] been 'relegated' for God knows how many weeks and got ourselves up to a position in the final game where if we won the game we would actually survive," he said.
"I suppose that would probably be the highlight if I have to go back at any time, but there have been so many highlights."