Matt Macey has kept a clean sheet in almost half of his Pompey appearances since arriving on loan in January.
But the modest keeper believes that praise for keeping the ball out of the net should be shared around the team.
There are not many fixtures where he has been overworked, although there have undoubtedly been some smart stops.
And Macey will look for another shut-out when the Blues make the trip to Bristol Rovers for Saturday’s League One contest.
He said: “It was nice to get those two right at the start and it’s set us up nicely for the remainder of the season.
“But it’s a credit to the team really because I haven’t been too busy in terms of having to make a lot of saves.
"There are going to be games where it’s more difficult and they have a lot of quality, but those clean sheets we’ve got have been deserved."
“We defend from the front and guys like Colby Bishop and Owen Dale are keeping the ball far away from my part of the pitch.
“There are going to be games where it’s more difficult and they have a lot of quality, but those clean sheets we’ve got have been deserved.
“The only one I was really frustrated about was at Accrington on Tuesday because we were in complete control at that point.”
This weekend sees Macey returning to the club where he began his career as a trainee before signing for Arsenal.
He said: “I always look forward to going back to Rovers. It’s where I did my apprenticeship, although I never played for the first team.
“I have fond memories of the place and it’s a game we’re excited about off the back of a decent midweek win.
“You know what you’re going to get when you go there and I’m sure it’s going to be a good atmosphere.”