CELTIC stopper Fraser Forster has made more saves than any other keeper in the Champions League.
The England squad ace has been in superb form for the Hoops as they hope to clinch qualification from the Group Stages.
And if they do, manager Neil Lennon will have Forster to thanks with official Uefa stats backing him up.
The former Newcastle United reserve has made an amazing 49 saves in just five games, an average of almost 10 important stops per match.
However, Celtic are the second worst team in the Group stages for possession.
The Hoops have had the ball for just 38% in their five matches, with only former Hearts manager Paulo Sergio's Cluj having less possession at 36%.