The Belgian goalkeeper was dropped earlier in the season but has been a safe pair of hands recently.
However, since returning to the Anfield outfit’s starting XI the former Sunderland stopper has provided a safe pair of hands and has excelled between the sticks for Brendan Rodgers’ men.
Following Saturday’s shut-out against Everton, Mignolet has now not conceded a goal in 390 minutes of action, which has played a considerable role in the Reds’ improved form of late.
With Liverpool set to host fellow top-four hopefuls Tottenham tonight at Anfield and Harry Kane in red-hot form, Mignolet’s performance looks set to have a major bearing on the home side’s chances of success.
The Reds have been linked with a number of other custodians in the transfer window of late, with Australian stopper Mathew Ryan said to be a target for the Merseyside club.
However, with the Belgian’s form improving and Mignolet seemingly restoring some of the confidence that he possessed last season, Liverpool’s top-four hopes are severely boosted as a result.