Kraft's reflexes aren't bad, that's his thing and on the goal-line he's capable of making good saves. But we're talking about other basic things he's missing, that I don't think can be trained. You either have that timing as a goal-keeper, when you know you have to step out and catch a ball or you don't. He looks like a scared chicken, when it comes to high balls, no tranquility, no confidence - hate to say that it reminds me of Rensing sometimes. I've stated before that I don't see any outstanding goalkeeping ability in him, which is what's required at a club like Bayern, especially after these couple of years with average goalies. He's not a complete goal-keeper, and I don't think he ever will be. Trying to somehow forcefully drag him along just because he's a product of our youth academy, as some on here suggest we should do, is not the solution. But those people will be convinced of that themselves soon enough.