While Mignolet feels he's done well, he says he still has plenty of learning to do before being considered amongst the game's elite.
"It's been a good season for me personally," Mignolet told safc.com.
"I've gained a lot of experience, which is very important given the position I play.
"As a goalkeeper experience is the main thing, together with confidence.
"But it is too early for me to speak about being a top goalkeeper in the Premier League. There is still much for me to learn.
"I still have progress to make, although I am happy with my first season. I will move on and try to improve as much as I can."
He added: "The difference between playing with a local club in the Belgian league and a top club in the Premier League is huge.
"The Premier League is very physical, and everything is faster.
"I'm happy so far. I still have to progress more and I think I can do that."