MARK Percival is the solitary Saints representative in the Super League Dream Team announced today.

It is recognition for some consistents displays throughout the 2017, even at the start when the club's form was poor.

Those displays have also earned Percival, who played his 100th Saints game at Salford, a call to the England squad.

He said: "It is nice to get a bit of recognition.

"As a team we try to stick together, but you have to get you own focus right too.

"By doing that you help the team play better.

"I think we have all been doing that this past 12 weeks."

Saints have turned their year around after a poor start, and are now 80 minutes from Old Trafford - even though the runaway league leaders Castleford will provide a formidable obstace.

Percival said: "Justin came in and brought a change and we looked forward to that because we were not playing that well prior to that.

"When Justin came in he had some new ideas and it was good when we all focused on what he wanted to do."

There are six members from Thursday's semi-final opponents Castleford.

The runaway league leaders have Zak Hardaker, Greg Eden, Michael Shenton, Grant Millington and Mike McMeeken.

There is no place, however, for Alex Walmsley, who has had another outstanding season.

James Roby is also overlooked, despite yet another top drawer campaign.

Team: Hardaker, Eden, Shenton (All Castleford, Percival (Saints), Fonua, Kelly, (Hull), Gale, Millington (Cas), Parcell (Leeds), Ikahihifo (Huddersfield), Murdoch-Masila (Salford), McMeeken (Cas), O'Loughlin (Wigan).