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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may not have been Cardiff City boss for long, but the Norwegian is quickly getting to grips with his squad and will certainly have taken note of how valuable his goalkeeper has been to the club recently.
On Tuesday evening, David Marshall stood as the Bluebirds' champion come the full-time whistle, his last-minute Save of the Season contender against Andreas Weimann still fresh in the mind as the moment that preserved a point from the 0-0 stalemate.
While the high-profile likes of Petr Cech, David De Gea and Simon Mignolet may grab the plaudits for their fine work on a regular basis, there's cause to believe Marshall is the in-form stopper of the English top flight right now.
Squawka statistics show that the Glaswegian has made an average of two saves per goal this term, while Cech, De Gea and Mignolet boast lesser averages of 1.76, 1.83 and 1.96, respectively, showing exactly how busy he is in the Cardiff goal.
Of course, Marshall isn't the first stopping sensation to enjoy a sparkle in form and receive plaudits that may not last a lifetime, a la John Ruddy or Ben Foster, but is deserving of his current praise nonetheless.