Jordan Pickford has vowed to keep on getting better and better as he attempts to establish himself as a top-class goalkeeper.
The 22-year-old starred in the 3-0 win over Hull City, recording his first Premier League clean sheet in the process.
And he has a warning to Premier League strikers, vowing to keep improving the more games he plays.
"I always say to myself every level I have been on, the more games I play, the better I'll get," said Pickford.
"I'm a keeper, I'm young, but I believe I am good enough as well, so I have just got to keep working hard in training and hopefully keep putting the performances in on a Saturday."
"It's been a good couple of weeks for me and the team, getting the first win at Bournemouth then back-to-back against Hull and the clean sheet. We couldn't ask for much more really.
"I had a good week away with the England lads as well, a good learning experience to get a good feel of it."
Pickford produced three fine saves to underline the quality which saw him called up to the senior England squad last week.