Ederson, Hugo Lloris, Thibaut Courtois, Petr Cech and Loris Karius are in a league. David De Gea is officially in a league of his own.
Manchester United's number one has proved that he is one of the best goalkeepers in world football this season after saving the club on a number of occasions. Eat, sleep, save Manchester United's season, repeat.
It's becoming second nature to see such reflexes from the Spaniard but these stats needs to be recognised.
This graph compares his performance to the likes of Courtois and Lloris this season and it proves that De Gea has been leaps and bounds ahead of the competition.
Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson may have conceded two less goals than the Spaniard, but he reigns when it comes to goals prevented, clean sheets, saves, saves per goal, penalty area saves and the amount of errors that have lead to goals.
This is seriously impressive. Here's a closer look at the graph Adam Joseph posted earlier today:
Image: Adam Joseph
De Gea produced heroics against Crystal Palace last week and somehow got his hand to a powerful Christian Benteke header - I mean, even he ran off to celebrate his efforts before Manchester United's number one produced the save of the season contender.
It was special given the circumstances. If Benteke had bagged, Palace would have gone 3-2 ahead and the game would have been out of United's reach.
Speaking of reach, here's the save from a number of different angles.
United went on to produce a memorable comeback and in-form striker Romelu Lukaku summed up how every Manchester United fan was feeling in the final minutes.
But the main man David de Gea was again the person who was to thank for that important win.
How valuable is he to Manchester United?
Let us know in the comments.