England's Jordan Pickford wants to keep a clean sheet in Friday's clash with the Czech Republic in dedication to Three Lions "legend" Gordon Banks.
Wembley will pay tribute to Banks on Friday as a sell-out crowd will remember the 1966 World Cup winner before Gareth Southgate's side kick off their Euro 2020 qualification campaign.
There will be a period of appreciation in England's first match since Banks died aged 81 on February 12, with players to wear black armbands and a banner to be displayed featuring his yellow World Cup shirt and the number one.
Members of his family will be in the Royal Box and representatives from his former club Stoke have also been invited.
Southgate has confirmed Pickford will start the match despite recent criticism of his performances for Everton.
Now the 25-year-old is keen to enjoy an impressive evening between the posts as a tribute to Banks.
Asked how moving it will be to have Banks' family in attendance, Pickford replied: "It'll be great. A minute of applause for him as well.
"What a legend of a goalkeeper he was, so with his family being there, hopefully it'll be a special night and (I can) keep a clean sheet for him.
"I never met him but I remember in the World Cup we got a message off every former player, from the World Cup just gone.
"He sent me a message, I think he sent all the keepers a message. I think every player got that message off a different former player. So I think I will be keeping that for a very long time.
"It was a written message, and a signature as well, it was nice. It was a nice touch before the World Cup, and my dad brought it up the other day and mentioned that."