Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel has said that he and his team-mates want to help keeper Simon Mignolet win the Golden Glove award this season.
The Reds keeper has been under heavy criticism this season after a number of subdued performances before the turn of the year, which saw him replace on a temporary basis by reserve stopper Brad Jones.
However, since his poor form, the former Sunderland man has impressed and sits top of the Premier League Golden Glove standings with 14 clean sheets, ahead of the likes of Fraser Forster, Joe Hart and Thibaut Courtois.
Whilst, talk of a potential replacement coming in this summer continues at Anfield, defender Skrtel has said that he and his team-mates will attempt all they can to help their number one win the award.
He told Liverpoolfc.com: “It’s always nice to get a clean sheet, and Simon is at the top of the list. We will try to help him and we hope and believe he can win it.
“That will be one of the messages for the last three games – but not only for these last three games as we try to keep clean sheets as often as we can. At the moment we’re doing pretty well and we want to carry on in that way.”