Jamie Young wasn't even Brisbane Roar's first-choice goalkeeper at the start of the A-League season.
Now he has two more individual awards to add to his growing trophy collection after scooping the pool at the team's awards night on Wednesday.
The 32-year-old was named the winner of the Gary Wilkins medal as the Roar's best player of the season.
Young also earned the plaudits of his peers, winning the players' player award.
That makes it three gongs for the week for the former English youth international shotstopper, who was also crowned the A-League's goalkeeper of the season at Monday night's Dolan-Warren awards.
Young played 24 matches in Brisbane's up-and-down campaign and led the competition for save percentage.
They may not have snuck into sixth position and earned a finals berth were it not for his constant interventions, which regularly saved the Roar's blushes.
The man Young replaced as Brisbane's No.1 - departing goalkeeper Michael Theo - was inducted into the club's hall of fame, joining iconic German import Thomas Broich.
Defender Connor O'Toole won the team's A-League breakthrough player award.
Meanwhile, American Celeste Boureille was named the Roar's W-League player of the year.
Captain Clare Polkinghorne, who shared the Julie Dolan medal with Perth Glory superstar Sam Kerr earlier in the week, was voted as the W-League players' player after leading the team to their third premiership.