And that is partly due, he insists, to the good working relationship he has with Shaka Hislop.
"There is a good atmosphere, everyone works hard, and they try to push each other - which is what we need," he says.
"David wants to work very hard and have everything perfect, and I think it is great to have a keeper who wants to work to be the number one for England.
"He has good feet, a good spring, and he can read the game and dominate the box; he has got everything to be a very good keeper."
Meanwhile, Ludo is making sure that young trainees Joe and George Sealey, whose father Les so tragically died of a heart attack in August, are being taken care of.
He says: "It is a very difficult time for them, and they need to get a normal life."
Although George is playing, Joe is still coming back from a dislocated shoulder.
At Old Trafford last weekend there was a wreath laying ceremony to commemorate Les, who, of course, played for Manchester United as well, and MD Paul Aldridge says: "The gesture was greatly appreciated."