Tottenham managed to secure a late 2-1 win over PSV Eindhoven at Wembley on Tuesday night and it kept them in the Champions League for now.
Spurs are still alive in Group B of the competition after earning three points, but had to come from behind against the Dutch side and it was an 89th minute own goal that separated the teams.
PSV stood firm for the majority of the contest and it was goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet who caught the eye with a string of impressive saves.
The 27-year-old was eventually beaten late on from a Harry Kane strike and an own goal, but he delivered a brilliant individual display for his side.
Spurs could well need a new goalkeeper going into next season, so should they monitor the PSV shot-stopper?
Michel Vorm is set to see his contract expire in the summer with the North London club and they would need a replacement in the squad.
Zoet is part of a PSV team dominating domestically in the Eredivisie by winning all 11 league games so far and he’s kept seven clean sheets in them.
The Holland international also has experience in the Champions League and delivered the kind of performance against Spurs that should make top clubs stand up and notice.