Emma said last season that you are one of the best goalkeepers in the world, what’s it like to hear your boss say that?
It’s nice to hear. I still don’t feel that way because there are a lot of good goalkeepers out there. If a manager tells you that or tells the media, for me and my confidence, it plays a huge part.
You’ve been here for two years now, how do you feel you have developed as a goalkeeper during that time?
I’ve improved with a lot of different things. With Stuart [Searle], he helps me a lot. In small areas, I thought I was good, but he actually gave me more percentage in every single area, both as a goalkeeper and as a person. The last two years, I’ve improved quite a lot and I was surprised that I could improve that much.
Last season was a successful one, how do you reflect on last season now you have had some time away?
We had a really good season and I’m proud of what we did. With the Champions League, it was a little bit bitter and sweet, but it was a good feeling. I know now where we need to be, so I’ve got more hungry to get the big trophy.