Jan Oblak broke a La Liga milestone during Atletico Madrid's 5-0 win against Osasuna, becoming the fastest goalkeeper to reach 100 clean sheets.
Osasuna were demolished on Wednesday, with the Slovenian keeping his 100th clean sheet from just 182 La Liga appearances.
The record was previously held by Miguel Reina, who played for Cordoba, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid in the 1960s and 1970s, managing 100 clean sheets afters 222 La Liga matches.
Speaking in an interview after reaching the milestone, Oblak said that despite the recent break from football during the coronavirus pandemic, he is still feeling sharp.
Oblak said that he is "feeling very good" and that "It doesn't feel like we had a three-month break."
Adding to this, he stat that he is "feeling good in goal and It think the team is too. Maybe you could tell after the first game, but now we're improving and I hope we attack the upcoming matches like we did today."
Whilst he is glad to have reached the milestone, he admitted that he doesn't "pay much attention to stats"
The Slovenian has become one of the most reliable goalkeepers in the world since joining Atletico Madrid from Benfica in 2014.
Atletico Madrid are currently fourth in La Liga, but Real Sociedad have the chance to overtake them on Thursday when they face Deportivo Alaves.