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In demand Keylor Navas says fearless Costa Rica can go on being World Cup world-beaters after victory against Greece put them in the last eight.
Navas is now the World Cup's most wanted keeper with tiny Spanish club Levante unable to keep hold of their star stopper whose contract runs out in one year and buy-out clause stands at just £6.5million.
In the entire World Cup qualifying campaign he conceded just seven goals - only the United States let in fewer than Costa Rica.
And having conceded just once in the group matches, against Uruguay, he made the save of the tournament against Greece in Recife to keep out Theofanis Gekas's penalty.
Atletico Madrid are interested in Navas replacing Thibaut Courtois, who has gone back to Chelsea after three seasons on loan. But Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton are all monitoring the 27-year-old's situation.
He finished last season as La Liga's second-best goalkeeper based on goals conceded, and the best based on the number of saves made.
It was Courtois who conceded fewest goals, but he had the best defence in Spain in front of him.
At Levante, Navas had no such protection as was clear on the opening day of the season when he let in seven at the Nou Camp.