That is according to his teammate Ben Chilwell, who praised the 26-year-old second choice shot stopper.
Kepa is backup to Edouard Mendy this season, and has only played 11 games this term.
But he has started the last two matches, and looked assured in between the sticks.
Kepa managed clean sheets against Manchester City in the FA Cup and Brighton in the Premier League.
"Whenever you see the boys after training out doing extras, Kepa is always in goal saving the shots," Chilwell said, per The Chelsea Chronicle.