Wayne Hennessey couldn't have wished for a better start to his pro career.
After breaking the league record for consecutive cleansheets, enabling Stockport to set a new record of 9 wins without conceding every manager in the Football League knows his name.
And earlier this week Mick McCarthy tipped his hat to the young Welshman, calling him 'the record breaker' whilst discussing cover for Matt Murray.
Wolves have an option of a 24 hour recall form Stockport should the neeed asise, but for now at least Hennessey is happy to carry on at Stockport, riding high in Division One
'After everything that has happened I would love to stay with Stockport and try and help them win promotion,' he told the Evening Mail
'But ideally once I'm back at Wolves I can do the same there too.' he added.
'Stockport gave me a massive chance to show what I can do because I wasn't getting an opportunity at Wolves.
'Hopefully I have done that, and Mick McCarthy has been keeping an eye on me and thinking, 'he's our player'.
'The record is only going to help, it was unbelievable to break it and also hard to take it all in.
'Whatever happens I won't forget my time at Stockport which has given me a dream start to my league career.'