David Button has put his wondersave against Preston into his top three stops for his entire career.
The Brentford goalkeeper somehow put his body into the right place to tip Joe Garner's deflection onto the crossbar.
And he believes the stop from Garner is up there with his reflex save from Cameron Jerome at Norwich and his fantastic effort to deny Lee Novak for Birmingham in August 2014.
Button said of the save at Preston: “It was pleasing as it was at 2-1. I didn't know too much about it. It was instinctive. I was glad to make a contribution to a good team performance.
“It's definitely up there. Whether or not it's the best I'm not sure. Norwich, Preston and the one against Birmingham at home are probably in my top three so far.”
Button puts these saves down to the work put on the training pitch, with goalkeeping coach Simon Royce who he has regularly praised for his work.
The Bees goalkeeper is also close to former player Richard Lee, who has given him guidance during the two seasons they were at the club together.
“It's what we practice every day. It sometimes falls for you in the game. It's nice to be at the right place at the right time.
“I have had a go on his (former goalkeeper Richard Lee's) reflex machine but not for a while. I'm still in regular contact with him. He's doing well outside of football. He was a great help to me so we'll stay good friends.”
The goalkeeper was talking after the 1-1 draw with Leeds and he revealed his frustration after Brentford let the lead slip through their fingers again.
He explained: “It's something we're working on as a team. It's just that shift in mentality and making sure we're pressing on the front foot but have half an eye on keeping the door shut.
"The performance was quite good but we're unfortunate not to get the three points.”
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