Hans Segers praised the strength of Kasey Keller's character after his wonder show at Manchester City.
Our American number one was outstanding in the goalless draw at the City of Manchester Stadium, saving four one-on-ones and memorably tipping Steve McManaman's close-range effort wide in the 0-0 draw.
His performance made sure of a second successive clean sheet - an example of strength of character after conceding 11 goals in the three previous games.
Kasey's coach Hans explained: "As a goalkeeper you start thinking about yourself and it's a case of 'am I doing that bad' after letting 11 goals in in three matches.
"But Kasey is a very strong character, very single-minded.
"Anyway, if you look at the 11 goals and having gone through them with him individually on video, there wasn't that many he could have done better with.
"It wasn't too bad for him although he's part of a team that was very disappointed to let those goals in."