Australia could still lose both their English top-flight golden boys this season if Brighton's form continues, with Ryan only a few losses away from joining Aaron Mooy and Huddersfield Town in the Championship next season.

Brighton currently sit in 17th position, five points clear of Neil Warnock's Cardiff City side in the relegation zone, but have lost four of their last six matches.

The latest loss against Bournemouth was a particularly dismal affair for the Australian number one, who conceded two quickfire goals before teammate Anthony Knockaert saw red, eventually allowing Bournemouth to run riot.

A dispirited looking Ryan stood no chance with the majority of goals close range efforts, multiple shot between his legs.

Brighton's one feel good story of the season, an F.A Cup semi-final run, was also recently brought to an end at the hands of Manchester City.

While Ryan has shown generally solid form this season, the Socceroo has only kept five clean sheets all campaign as the Seagulls have failed to replicate the commanding defensive performances that kept them up last season.