The former Bidvest Wits goalkeeper has been in the Belgium Team of the Week for eight weeks running, and although his heroics in between the sticks went unnoticed by Bafana Bafana coach Gordon Igesund during his first squad selection, he has been constantly rewarded by the Belgian press.
"What it means to me is that all the hard work I have been putting in over the last year in Europe has not gone unnoticed," Keet tells KickOff.com.
"I have worked hard with the team so that I can get my chance in the starting line-up, and that is what has happened.
"Of course there are some people who didn't believe in me, or that thought I wouldn't be able to accomplish anything, but this is still the start."
Keet made the switch to KV Kortrjik in the off-season of 2011 and has managed to make a success of his move, although he admits he will be pushing for a transfer to a bigger league sometime in the future.
"Already in eight games I have done better than people have expected, but there is still a lot more that I want to accomplish. Eight games is just the start. There is still the whole season where I will have to prove myself.
"Luckily with the people I have behind me like my parents, my girlfriend, and my managers [Shawn Bester and Rob Moore], I know I have all the support and guidance to accomplish what I want this season and further on in my career.
"At the moment my goals are to play regularly and to build my reputation. I am not in a hurry for that as I still have a three-year contract left, but I definitely do think that I face a bigger future in Europe. My goal is to eventually play in a bigger league."