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Simon Mignolet has been nothing short of sensational since his summer move from Sunderland.
Voted the Black Cats' Player of the Year in his final season on Weirside, the Belgian stopper was unable to say no when the Reds came calling.
A fee of £9 million, as reported by Louise Taylor of the Guardian, was enough to persuade the Sunderland hierarchy to part with Mignolet, and Liverpool look to have got a real bargain.
A penalty save in the dying stages of his debut against Stoke City immediately endeared him to the Anfield faithful, and he hasn't looked back since.
Three clean sheets coupled with three victories in his opening three league games for the Reds meant that Mignolet's start to his career on Merseyside was perfect.
Arguably the only player to come out of his side's defeat to Southampton with any credit—a game in which he made the most outrageous triple save—the 25-year-old has been impressive in each and every game of his short Reds career.
Replacing a goalkeeper of Pepe Reina's standard is no easy task, but Mignolet has taken to the role with apparent ease.
Reina's contribution to the Reds cause will never be forgotten, but in Mignolet, Liverpool have a goalkeeper who is hungry and eager to impress and one that has aspirations of representing Belgium at the 2014 World Cup.
Based on early performances, the Reds have on their hands a goalkeeper whose shot-stopping is second to none and who has all the attributes to go down as a true Liverpool great.
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