Southampton's Fraser Forster may not have conceded many goals since he arrived from Celtic this summer, but it seems he has not entirely won over the Saints fan-base.
The South Coast club have the best defensive record in the Premier League, but Forster has not entirely convinced the side's supporters that he was worth the £10 million fee they paid for him.
The England international has won many admirers from afar, but many Southampton supporters attribute their solidarity to the strength of their back-line rather than their goalkeeper's brilliance.
Forster has come under scrutiny after his error cost his team what would have been an important three points against Aston Villa last night.
Forster came rushing off his line to clear a long punt forward and was beaten to the ball by Gabriel Agbonlahor who simply finished into an empty night, during the first-half of the match.
It was one of the only times that Saints were tested, in a fixture which they dominated, but they could only grab a 1-1 draw thanks to a late Nathaniel Clyne goal.
It was a frustrating evening for Ronald Koeman's men and Forster has taken a lot of criticism for his terrible mistake.
Southampton are heading into a tough run of fixtures and would have been looking to maximise their points total to give them the biggest cushion over the rest of the European contenders possible.
At the moment, the side are in second position, but their next three games - against Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United - should test their credentials.
Forster will now have a lot to prove in those matches and it seems that he could be under pressure to perform from an unconvinced Saints fan-base.
Here is the best reaction on the social media site to Forster's performance against Villa last night.
A good point in the end I think. Don't understand why Forster looks so nervous atm though, he's just played for England?!?!? #saintsfc— Kyran (@kyranwatts) November 24, 2014
And by the way, Forster was signed to stop those Boruc type errors no? #SaintsFC— Dubai Saints (@dubaisaints) November 24, 2014
My Celtic supporting mate says Forster never came off his line. I can see why! #SaintsFC— Lee Webb Macnology (@lrwebbmac) November 24, 2014
Don't understand all the negativity. Good point I reckon after heads dropped a bit after rare Forster error, #saintsfc— Richard Dornan (@Rich_Dornan) November 24, 2014
It took a while, but Forster should his true colours tonight #saintsfc— FonteFans (@FonteFans) November 24, 2014
Worst performance of season said it before and I'll say it again our worst bit of business this summer was Forster in boruc out #SaintsFC— James Callen (@jamescallen1) November 24, 2014
Could've won if Forster hadn't played like a donkey - still a well earned draw when not playing great is the sign of a good team #saintsfc— Dave Soffe (@davesoffe) November 24, 2014
Punishment for a Forster mistake has been coming for a while. Plenty of time to turn it around. #saintsfc— Mark Chiappino (@Markchippers) November 24, 2014
Real lack of quality in fine third from #saintsfc Dominated possession but undone by a Forster error that has been waiting to happen— Neil Duggan (@NeilDuggan80) November 24, 2014
I've always maintained Forster is a mistake waiting to happen #saintsfc— Östlund wept (@Ostlund_wept) November 24, 2014
let's not forget the mistakes all keepers have made over the years. it's frustrating, yes, but Forster is still a solid keeper. #saintsfc— moyseh (@saintcallum_) November 24, 2014
After the amount of mistakes Boruc made, and Forster makes one, you're calling for Boruc back, why?! #saintsfc— ami ford (@fxcktease) November 24, 2014