Keeper pleased with 17 out of 33 clean sheetsJayson Leutwiler kept his 17th clean sheet in 33 League and Cup games this season as the Shrewsbury Town goalkeeper reflected on a "positive" night at promotion rivals Luton.
The summer signing played a key role in Town's 0-0 draw at Kenilworth Road, making some fine saves in a battling display that also saw defender Nat Knight-Percival sent off in the second half.
"We played with 10 men in the last 20 minutes so if you keep a clean sheet and get a point I think it's very positive," said the summer signing from Middlesborough.
"It was a good night for me, I had a lot of saves and it helps when you have a few early ones to make. I'm very happy that I can help the lads get the result.
"I think my best save was when the ball hit Connor Goldson, it was a good reflex stop. We deserved the point and defended well. We kept the ball and didn't panic."
Leutwiler was in contention for the man-of-the-match award from SKY Sports who broadcast the game live - but in the end it was defender Connor Goldson who got the nod.
"Connor played really well again so I don't mind that he got it instead," smiled Leutwiler. "All three defenders could have got it.
"I'm very happy. Every game we go into we want to keep a clean sheet. Strikers want to score and for me as a goalkeeper, it's the same when not conceding a goal. When I don't concede, I'm very happy. I look at my stats all the time which helps me improve. That will help the club and the team. We've taken 4 points against Luton, one of the our promotion rivals this season, so that's very good.