The shot-stopper has been in impeccable form of late, seeing him being named ‘keeper of the round for the past six weeks.
"It's been good playing regularly again as last year I played 16 matches in my first season," he told KickOff.com.
"So the regular game time for me is good and important for my progress which leads to me improving in each and every game and which earns me the recognition of the fans, media and Belgium League in general.
"I have been in the team of the week and also the team of the season since the first game of the season, which makes me look forward to what I can add to our club and team, as I have not yet reached my best level of playing.
"As I experience more match play, my performances improve and it's my aim to help the team more and more in each game so we can compete for a good league position come season end."
Keet was excluded from Igesund's Bafana Bafana squad which faced Brazil on Friday evening but believes his reason for his European transfer was to get noticed by the national coach.
"I haven't as yet received a call or been in contact with him, but I also understand that the national team coach has a schedule and priorities. He can only be in one place at a time," added Keet.
"But I do look forward to meeting him and seeing his plans for the future as I hope to be a part of the National Team going forward.
"I transferred to Europe to pursue my goals and trust my performances here in Belgium are followed by the coach so I can be considered for Bafana call ups."