Ahead of the Goal 50 announcement next week, we want to know who you think deserves to be named as the greatest shot-stopper in the world for their performances in 2013-14
The World Cup was a great tournament for goalkeepers - Argentina's Sergio Romero and Mexico's Guillermo Ochoa are two of the lesser-known shot-stoppers who put themselves in the transfer shopping window this summer.
Costa Rica's Keylor Navas was already firmly on Real Madrid's radar after a brilliant campaign with Levante, while Ajax bagged yet another Eredivisie title with Netherlands' Jasper Cillessen providing the protection in goal.
Manuel Neuer won the Golden Glove as Germany triumphed in Brazil, but his heroics between the sticks for Bayern Munich should not be forgotten as they destroyed everyone in their Bundesliga path.
Thibaut Courtois continued his development into one of the best on the planet with a stellar season at Atletico Madrid, while Nigeria and Lille star Vincent Enyeama impressed constantly in 2013-14.
They might be old heads, but Petr Cech and Gianluigi Buffon proved with Chelsea and Juventus respectively that age hasn't harmed their talent for keeping strikers at bay, while Diego Lopez kept quiet his doubters by being excellently solid for Real Madrid.
HAVE YOUR SAY
Which of these players deserve to be the highest placed in their position within the Goal 50? Vote in the poll below for a chance to make your voice heard ahead of the announcement on Monday July 28.
Alternatively, get involved via our Goal 50 section this month, give us all your views on the debate by commenting below, and by getting in touch on Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #Goal50.