He kept out a second-string Liverpool side and will have done his chances of starting in goal for England at the World Cup this summer no harm in front of the watching Gareth Southgate.
“The first thing is we got the clean sheet,” said the keeper.
“We needed that as a group of lads and we’ve had a few chances today.
“It was tough conditions for us keepers today but it’s our job to keep it at nil and that’s what we did.
“It’s a game of football and all I do is do my best.
“If I keep a clean sheet I’m happy and that’s what I’m there to do.”
Latest posts by NSNO Staff (see all)
- Metro Mayor expects Everton to “have a ground” before 2020 - October 17, 2018
- Supporting non-league football isn’t limited to “non-League day” - October 17, 2018
- Everton want £54m Ramsey - October 17, 2018
- Bernard focused on club before country - October 16, 2018