The Czech started the season well but regressed and was dropped. Regained No.1 spot and produced an excellent display against Celtic. Third-most saves in the league.
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Season came to a premature end after he was diagnosed with DVT. Earned enough credit with his performances last season to warrant a place. His replacement Mark Gillespie impressed.
Lost his place to Allan McGregor. Another who has performed to high standards in recent seasons to deserve a place. Still one of the best in the league but likely to move on.
Missed most of the first half of the season. Immense at times after the winter break. Stupendous stop v Dundee and excellent in draw with Celtic.
The perfect goalkeeper for Livingston. In addition to great saves and assured performances provided the team with long balls behind opposition defences. Played most long passes and made second-most saves.
St Mirren's Premiership play-off hero. Signed half way though the season, he became a key part of their survival. Quick off the line, agile and astute at saving the ball with his feet.
A consistent presence in between the sticks for the Saints. Trusted with the No.1 position by Tommy Wright and didn't let his manager down. A Scotland call should come soon.
Dropped half way through the season for Scott Bain despite not doing a lot wrong. Still has plenty to offer.
Trusted with the No.1 position by Brendan Rodgers and has been assured for Neil Lennon, minus one or two shaky moments. Definitely on the rise.
The Austrian has been one of Kilmarnock's key cogs. A very consistent goalkeeper, in terms of performance and ability, can do a lot of things really well. Going to be a big miss.
Could easily have been in first place. He is simply an excellent goalkeeper and fans were delighted when he signed a new long-term deal.
On top despite his disciplinary issues. Goalkeeper didn't seem to be an area that needed improving at Ibrox, McGregor displayed why that was a wrong assessment.