Our American number one certainly played his part in the 2-2 draw as we came from 2-0 down against the newly-crowned champions on Sunday.
Jamie Redknapp's 25-yarder kick-started the comeback on the hour before Robbie Keane buried an injury time penalty.
That point took us seven points clear of Leeds United in the drop zone and, more importantly, lifted the recent gloom around the club following an indifferent run.
"It was important to restore that pride for everyone," reflected Kasey back at Spurs Lodge. "And that point was huge.
"Leeds now know they have to win every game and when you know you have to win games, you leave yourselves more susceptible at the back.
"It was very, very important we got something from the game and we're delighted with that.
"Obviously we now want to go to Villa and win that game. Blackburn stuffed us at home in our last game of last season and we don't want that to happen again.
"There is a lot to play for and we all want to play well because it's so important going into next year. There are three games left so let's give it everything."
Kasey Keller described the draw against Arsenal as 'a huge point' and is now determined to finish the season on a high.