The Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper selected a dream team from those he has played with throughout his career.
The goalkeeper moved to north London from Swansea City last summer and has had to put up with playing second fiddle to the superb Hugo Lloris in between the sticks.
And Vorm has largely failed to impress during his rare first-team appearances for Spurs.
When it came to selecting a dream XI containing team-mates he has played alongside throughout his career, meanwhile, the shot stopper only picked one Tottenham player.
Indeed, Jan Vertonghen made the centre-back slot in Vorm's side but no other White Hart Lane star made the cut.
Of the Belgian, however, Vorm said: "I think he is probably the best defender, passing-wise. He's strong, and he is also a leader. For me, it was quite easy to put Jan Vertonghen there."
Considering some of the quality the 31-year-old has played with over the years, it is perhaps fair to have omitted so many Spurs stars: Robin van Persie and Arjen Robben are present.
It will still be rather discouraging for many of Vorm's team-mates to see, though, considering how highly the likes of Christian Eriksen and Hugo Lloris are rated (naturally, the Dutchman was probably never going to pick the man keeping him out of the side!).