THE Super League trophy was not the only bit of silverware James Roby picked up last night.

The Saints skipper collected the Harry Sunderland Award to go alongside the one he won in 2014 for another outstanding all-round display on both sides of the ball, punctuated by an intelligent kicking game.

Saints boss Kristian Woolf was swift in his praise - and believes he still has some good years ahead of him.

"He was outstanding – the type of player you want to be involved with and I am proud to get the opportunity to work with him," he said.

"He is a terrific bloke, no nonsense – and when he speaks he commands.

"The reason he commands is so much is because he backs it up every week on the field.

"He has played 80 minutes the last couple of weeks and he could have done it all year if I would have allowed him.

"I have got no doubt whatsoever that he has got a few years left in him that is for sure."

Last night his shrewd grubbers close to the line and his deep kicks in when in their own half were deployed effectively in the Grand Final success.

"He is a good kicker of the footy and he needs to use a bit more that is for sure," Woolf said.