Derby County goalkeeper Henrich Ravas his won the 2019/20 Premier League 2 Save of the Season.
The 22-year-old, who trains with first team goalkeepers Kelle Roos and Ben Hamer under the stewardship of Head Goalkeeping Coach Shay Given and acted as the Rams' third-choice goalkeeper during 2019/20, won the award for his sensational tip onto the crossbar in the Premier League 2 fixture against Tottenham Hotspur in August, a game in which the Rams would win 2-1.
It proved to be a crucial stop as it prevented the hosts pulling a goal back in the encounter as Derby claimed all three points in the capital.
The Slovakian's fine save came out on top in a vote and earned him a personal accolade to end the season with.
Speaking to RamsTV after winning the award, he said: “I’m really happy. I didn’t expect it and it was a nice surprise when I got the message to say that I had won.
“I just remember that we were winning 2-0 at the time and I just saw the guy cut in on his right, and I made my step to the left and dropped a yard, giving myself more of a chance.
“I had been working a lot with Shay on the step and dive and I just managed to get a touch on the ball and got lucky that it hit the crossbar and I made the save.”
Ravas appeared 15 times for Derby County’s Under-23s before the season was curtailed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Derby sat fourth in the table prior to the curtailment, earning 27 points from their 18 games.