That is the best clean sheet total since David Pleat's fine team of 1986-87.
Ray Clemence kept 19 clean sheets as we finished third in the old First Division, lost in the final of the FA Cup and semi-finals of the League Cup.
"A good defensive record is always the base for a successful team," said Brad, who stretched his record of consecutive starts in the Premier League to 304 last season.
"Clean sheets are a cumulative effort, it's not just the work of one person.
"In some games, like Blackburn, I kept a clean sheet without having to touch the ball.
"As a goalkeeper, obviously you always go out and try not to concede goals so if you keep a clean sheet, you feel like you've done your job.
"But I would much rather win the game 2-1 and get the three points than draw 0-0 and just get one.
"Every goalkeeper is pleased when they record a clean sheet. I had no idea that 14 was the best at the club for 25 years but what I will say is that I hope we can better it next season."
The goalkeeper was an ever-present in the Premier League and made it 14 clean sheets with an excellent display against Fulham on the final day of the season.