Langerak kept a clean sheet on Tuesday morning (AEDT) as Stuttgart defeated Greuther Furth 4-0 to move from seventh up to third in the German 2.Bundesliga.

The Australian stopper wasn’t kept too busy over the night, but was called into action in the 59th minute thwarting Serdar Dursun well.

The win was Stuttgart’s first under new coach Hannes Wolf, in his second game in charge.

Langerak is in the mix to be Australia’s first choice keeper against Saudi Arabia and Japan this week, with Mat Ryan battling a knee injury in recent weeks.

The 28-year-old ex-Melbourne Victory man hasn’t started for the Socceroos since October 2014.

Langerak has established himself as Stuttgart’s number one this term, with nine appearances already in 2016-17.

Meanwhile Ryan has missed Valencia’s past four games due to injury, having played twice at club level this campaign.

Tuesday's Socceroos media feed included a line on Ryan trying to quell talk he won't be fit to take his place.

"Goalkeeper Mat Ryan was put through his paces, dispelling any doubt that he would be fit and available for selection after he missed two weeks of training with his Spanish club Valencia," the statement read.