Vancouver Whitecaps head coach Martin Rennie believes goalkeeper David Ousted has kicked off his career at the club in fine style.

The 28-year old Danish gloveman, who landed in Vancouver in June after leaving Randers, has made two appearances for the Canadian club since arriving.

His debut came in last week's 1-1 draw with Portland Timbers but he was on song in keeping a clean sheet in Saturday's 2-0 home win over San Jose Earthquakes which delighted Rennie.

"I thought he did really well," Rennie said following the match. "He kicked the ball very well. I thought he was calm under pressure and I thought he made two excellent saves that made a big difference to us winning the game.

"Those kinds of saves win you games and win you points. He gave us a great foundation to build from. ... I think he's started off his Whitecaps career as well as you could possibly hope."

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