Everton and U.S. national team goalkeeper Tim Howard gave an exclusive interview to The Prem on Monday, marking the launch of NASN's new Premier League-centric Internet radio show, hosted by former CNN anchor Terry Baddoo and yours truly.
Howard talked about life at Everton, his ambitions for the season and what it means to be a goalkeeper in the modern game. He also responded to questions about his form and how he deals with criticism from the media (he doesn't take any notice of it).
Leaning on his experience at Manchester United, Howard addressed David De Gea's form and what it's like to learn your craft in front of 70,000 supporters every week. He compared De Gea following Edwin van der Saar to the task he faced coming after the great Neville Southall at Everton.
You can listen to the full interview in the clip above. To listen to the first edition of The Prem, featuring guests Ryan Bailey and Christian Radnedge, click here.