The way the plaudits have been rolling in for Joe Hart this week, don't be surprised if a mistake of Scott Carson-esque proportions materialises on Friday night.
The good news is England are playing San Marino, against who, let's face it - they could probably play Roy Hodgson in goal and get a win.
So if Hart was to drop a clanger, it would be overshadowed by the deluge on goals at the other end of the pitch, barring a shock of epic proportions.
The goalkeeper is very much the man of the moment right now, he has been praised by Wayne Rooney as the 'best in the world', while 1966 World Cup winning stopper Gordon Banks was the latest to swoon over his qualities yesterday.
Even Gary Neville has been lauding him for his post-match interview candidness in recent weeks, after his near tearful expression after the defeat to Real Madrid.
So looking at this objectively, is Rooney right? Is Hart the best in the world?
Well it's hard to argue he isn't right up there with the very best. Let's look at the criteria. Number one at his club, check. League winner, check. International number one, check. Playing in the Champions League, check. Played at a major international tournament, check.
Right now he is proving it on the highest stage in European club football, as shown by his display against Borussia Dortmund, which earned his side a point every bit as much as Mario Balotelli's equalising penalty.
Let's take a look at his international competitors. Hugo Lloris? Yet to prove himself at Spurs, it's hard to argue he is better than Hart right now. Iker Casillas? A great record, but most would agree somewhat overrated.
Gianluigi Buffon? Now the Italian is the real benchmark for Hart, and unlike Hart left their Euro 2012 penalty shootout smiling, while Hart's histrionics failed to prevent him falling victim to Pirlo's Panenka.
Manuel Neuer? The Bayern stopper is a giant who most German fans would vehemently argue tops Hart, and unlike the Englishman has played in a Champions League Final.
Russian goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev is another highly rated stopper, while Chelsea's goalkeeper Petr Cech is a man who has been at the heart of such debates over recent years.
So what do you think, we're throwing it out to debate; Who is the best goalkeeper in the world?
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