He is quick, has great reflexes, always positions himself well and is one of the best in one-to-ones; Keylor Navas has everything it takes to be an exceptional keeper. He demonstrated it in Brazil, where he only let in two goals in five matches and took Costa Rica to the quarter-finals for the first time in their history.
Before arriving in Europe, he took his first steps as a player at Deportivo Saprissa in Costa Rica, where he won two league titles, two winter and two summer championships, as well as a CONCACAF Champions Cup. In 2010 he signed for Albacete and, after an outstanding season there, he moved to Levante.
In the 2013/2014 season he made more stops than any otherkeeper in La Liga (160) had the greatest percentage of saves of anyone who played more than five matches (80.1%). His stops helped Levante finish the season in fifth place on the table for the fewest goals conceded, only behind the four Champions League teams.