Darren Randolph will this week hope he's done enough to impress West Ham boss Slaven Bilic and keep his place in the Hammers side.
The Ireland No. 1 made his first Premier League appearance of the season on Saturday, the first time that first-choice keeper Adrian was dropped this term, but Randolph was beaten three times, in a 3-2 loss away to Spurs.
Struggling for form, the Hammers face Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool in their next three league games and boss Bilic must decide on his keeper as he mulls over the weekend loss.
"It would have been important for us to get something out of the game, because we have a tough schedule, but then again we have shown that we can put really good performances in and we have chances against whoever we play," says Bilic, under pressure to get the Hammers away from trouble.