Barnsley goalkeeper Luke Steele has earned the praise of manager Mark Robins after his recent displays.
Steele was in excellent form in Saturday's 3-1 victory over Ipswich, pulling off two superb saves to deny the visiting Tractor Boys.
And Robins believes the 26-year-old, who has been a regular in the side this season, has benefited from taking on board comments from the Oakwell coaching staff.
The Tykes told the Sheffield Star: "I think he's been great in the last three or four games. He's maturing a little bit.
"I think he's able to process any constructive criticism aimed at him better. He's been fantastic."
Steele signed for the Tykes from West Brom in May 2008 after a successful loan spell which saw him play a key role in the club's run to the FA Cup semi-finals after wins over Liverpool and Chelsea.