Mark Travers didn't have the season he would have hoped for 19/20. After ending the previous campaign as Bournemouth's number one, it was expected that he would hold onto that position heading into the following season.
However, Aaron Ramsdale returned from his loan spell at AFC Wimbledon to establish himself at first choice. The Englishman would impress over the following months despite his side's relegation from the Premier League.
In fact, he was so good that it has convinced Sheffield United to fork out a £18.5million fee to bring him to Bramall Lane according to Sky Sports. The goalkeeper actually began his senior career at Sheffield United, before leaving in a £1million deal in 2017.
This could mean a much larger role for Mark Travers at Bournemouth next season.
While Artur Boruc was on the bench behind Ramsdale last season, that seemed to be down to having an older head as a sub. Travers was selected to start in the one Premier League fixture that he did miss.
With Darren Randolph currently acting as deputy at West Ham, a consistent run for Travers in the Championship could see him put pressure on the 33-year old for the Irish number one jersey.
The Kildare native has won two senior caps to date, coming in the friendlies against Bulgaria and New Zealand last year.
Having only turned 21-years old in May, Travers possesses massive potential. Consistent first team football will be required to bring him to the next level, however, something that may now be possible at Bournemouth.