Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga kept his second clean sheet in as many games, after the Blues’ 4-0 win over Everton on Sunday.
The Spanish international was recalled to the first team after being dropped by Frank Lampard before the winter break.
Before the Everton game, Arrizabalaga’s last Premier League match was the 2-2 draw with Arsenal in January.
In his place, Willy Caballero has started the last four league matches, and the Champions League last-16 first leg clash against Bayern Munich.
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But Arrizabalaga was superb during the 2-0 FA Cup fifth round win over Liverpool last week, making a string of saves in the first half, including an excellent triple stop.
And Blues boss Lampard admitted after the game that the 25-year-old had put himself back in the frame with his performance against Jurgen Klopp’s side.
“Yeah it’s given me thoughts,” Lampard said. “He did very well, it’s exactly what I wanted from him and I understand that that’s not easy because everyone looks to the goalkeeper more than an outfield player.
“All eyes are on and I’ve mentioned in the weeks before that he’s been professional in how he’s handled it when has been out of the team.
“He came in and did exactly what I want so he’s given me good thinking.”
Some Chelsea supporters took to social media after the victory over Everton to hail their club record signing’s attitude and displays since returning to the team.
Goals from Mason Mount, Pedro, Willian and Olivier Giroud sealed the three points against Everton, and maintained Chelsea’s three point cushion over fifth placed Manchester United.
Speaking after the win, Lampard was asked about the influence of his more senior players on the young stars in the Chelsea dressing room, and pointed to Arrizabalaga as a shining example.