Albion keeper Maty Ryan says he is proud of his Socceroo teammates after they won 1-0 away at Jordan to take another step towards the World Cup.

Ryan as well as fellow Albion teammate Aaron Mooy started for Australia with the keeper playing a key part in the win.

Speaking on the Socceroo's twitter account after the game Ryan was full of praise for the team.

He said: “I am very proud of the boys for the grit and grind it took to close out the result in the end.

“It was a mature performance and it was nice that we ticked another box in being able to get over the line to finish the job off with a clean sheet and a nice win, so it is very pleasing."

Ryan had to make a couple of key saves in the game and in particular one to push away Hamza Al-Dardoor’s header from point-blank-range, which wouldn’t have stood because the flag was up for offside, but the Albion shot-stopper said it was nice to be sharp.

He said: “Well is there any really point talking about it, as it wouldn’t have counted.

“I mean perhaps one good thing is if there was VAR in that situation I think they would have played on because it wasn’t a goal and maybe the save would have counted.

“In my own mind it was nice to be sharp in that moment, there were another couple of moments I had to interfere.”

Incase you haven't seen the save Ryan is talking about the Socceroos twitter acoount put the following tweet out during the game yesterday: