Dan Bentley's heroics from Brentford on Saturday saw him picked for the Football League's Team of the Week.
The Bees stopper put in a man of the match performance against Millwall which included keeping out a penalty and a string of other fine saves, help his side take all three points.
Among those signing his praises after the game was frustrated Lions chief Neil Harris, who called Bentley the best keeper outside the Premier League.
Bentley was the only Bee picked – the others being Leandro Bacuna (Reading), Ben Richards-Everton (Accrington), Chris Basham (Sheff Utd), Matty Taylor (Swindon), Diogo Jota (Wolves), Luke Berry (Luton), Shola Ameobi (Bolton), Padraig Amond (Newport), Tom Pope (Port Vale) and Olly Hawkins (Portsmouth).
Bentley told GetWestLondon after the game that he always felt he was going to save Lee Gregory's spot kick, which ensured a fourth clean sheet of the season.
“I won't give away too much, but we do a lot of work on looking at what various strikers like to do, which hopefully gives you an advantage straight away,” he said.
“But I always feel confident facing a penalty anyway and always feel I can save them. If you face them down with a positive frame of mind, it's another advantage you have.”
Read more of what Bentley had to say, and what's been said about him, in the links below.