LEICESTER, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 22: Mark Schwarzer of Leicester in action during the Capital One Cup Third Round match between Leicester City and West Ham United at The King Power Stadium on September 22, 2015 in Leicester, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Australian goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer has etched his name into the record book by winning two consecutive EPL title without playing a game in either campaign.

He has become the first goalkeeper to win consecutive Premier League titles with two different clubs and he is also the oldest winner of an EPL title, at 43 years of age.

The Aussie is also the first player in Premier League history to win back-to-back titles without a playing a single match.

Schwarzer was the back up keeper at Chelsea for the first half of last season, before moving to Leicester. But his half a season was enough to earn him a Premier League medal, with manager Jose Mourinho heaping praise on the Australian's contribution to the team and ensuring he received a winner's medal.

“As a goalkeeper, when we needed (Schwarzer), he was there for us, and as a person and a professional he was an amazing guy in our group,” Mourinho said at the time.

“On behalf of myself, my staff and my players I want to say we are going to miss the big guy and we wish him all the best in his new life at Leicester.”

This season, Schwarzer has been the back up to Kasper Schemichel and has not played in a Premier league match.

But the 43-year-old has been vital behind the scenes in teaching the younger players and proving an excellent example of professionalism throughout the season.

“He’s a phenomenal professional,” Foxes keeper Kasper Schmeichel told Fox Sports’ Daniel Garb last week.

“You look at him, he’s 43 now, and the physical shape he’s in is incredible for someone that age. The way he trains every single day is an example to everybody.”