Our American number one has yet to play every game in a season despite going close at two of his former clubs Millwall and Leicester City in over 10 years in England and with Rayo Vallecano in Spain.
He's now two matches away from completing the feat at Spurs having started all of our 39 games so far. Touch wood, Middlesbrough and Blackburn Rovers will make it 41 out of 41.
Kasey pondered: "In all my years I haven't managed to go through a whole season playing every game.
"I've been close. I think one season at Millwall I missed one game, the same at Leicester, so it would be nice especially at the age of 33 to be able to say that I've played every game.
"It's not easy. I stick my face in places other people don't and there have been a few times I've wondered during the week 'will I be able to get through or not?' but credit to Hans Segers and the staff, I've felt physically very well through the whole season.
"I'm very pleased with how it's gone for me. My goal when I got the run at the end of last season was to come back and prove that this is where I was meant to be. I needed to have a good season to do that."
Kasey Keller is chasing a personal milestone this season - to be an ever-present for the first time in his career.