The Irish stopper looks like he might have made himself number one.
Sheffield Wednesday's Keiren Westwood
The European Championships in France are coming up and whilst much of the attention will be on those players who ply their trade in some of the best leagues in the world, there will be plenty of players from the Championship involved as well.
So who makes our list of the top ten players at the Euros from England’s second tier?
The likes of Wolves Dave Edwards, Derby’s Jeff Hendrick and Burnley’s Tom Heaton have all missed out – so who comes in at number one as the top Championship player at the Euros?
Keiren Westwood – Sheffield Wednesday and Republic of Ireland
For a while it did not look like this man would be heading to the Euros.
He has been in the wilderness for some time with his nation. However, an injury to Rob Elliott and the loss of first-team action for David Forde at Millwall meant he had to go to France.
Sheffield Wednesday's Kieren Westwood looks dejected
Now with the Sheffield Wednesday stopper’s only competition both back-ups in the form of Darren Randolph and Shay Given it looks like he might just start for Martin O’Neill.
Sheffield Wednesday's Keiren Westwood saves from Brighton's Jiri Skalak
Considered by many to be the best goalkeeper in the Championship he was fantastic this season, yet again, for Wednesday and should 100 per cent be the starting goalkeeper for Ireland at Euro 2016.