“You don’t know with injuries how long it will take a player to get back to full fitness and their best form‚ especially the older they get. It takes longer.
“Darren is not a flashy keeper‚ but he is very consistent and does the basics very well. He is probably the best in the country under the high ball and commands that penalty box.
“It will be a tough call [when Khune returns]‚ but a lot will depend on the club form‚ you have to take that account.
"Darren is in pole position and he must hold onto that‚ but he has also got other competition.
"Ronwen Williams has done well and is a very good goalkeeper‚ and there are others out there too. It is a good position for the country to be in.”
De Sa cautions that one game should not define a player and that Keet will have to keep his level high to stay in pole position.
“Darren did well‚ but we mustn't go crazy over one performance‚ he must continue ruling the backline and getting better and better.
“International football is different to club football‚ and unfortunately he doesn't play for a club with long runs in the Caf competitions‚ because that would be massive experience for him.”