Cumbrian prop Kyle Amor could be lifting the Super League Leaders Shield tomorrow night – as long as St Helens do not lose to Hull FC.

And the former Whitehaven prop says he never tires of playing his part in adding more trophies to the famous club’s cabinet.

A fantastic win against Catalans Dragons in Perpignan last weekend all but made sure of the top spot, with Saints six points clear with three games to play.

But they need one more point to make sure against Hull FC tomorrow night at the Totally Wicked Stadium, kick-off 7.45pm.

“We’ve had the luxury really that we could have had this wrapped up two weeks ago when we were 10 points clear,” admitted Amor.

“But a good win in France has now allowed us to be in this position to get the title boxed off.

“There are three trophies on offer at the start of every season, the Challenge Cup, League Leaders Shield and the Grand Final.

“We made it our aim amongst ourselves to go after them all and, apart from that catastrophic performance in the Challenge Cup semi-final, we are still in the running for two.

“This is the first one we want wrapped up before we move on to the next the Grand Final.”

Amor, a former Hensingham amateur, says he is keen to add this title to his cv and then Saints will go all guns blazing for the big one – the Grand Final.

“As you get older, I think you start to appreciate trophies for what they are,” he added.

“You want to look back and know that you have won everything that was there to win – and as many times as you can.

“This is probably the only sport where if you are the most consistent side for 30 weeks that although you get a trophy – the League Leaders Shield – it is still not the biggest one, that’s the Grand Final Trophy.

“And being the most consistent team does not give you the right to win the Grand Final but it certainly puts you in a good position.

“For me, the League Leaders’ Shield is an important one to win. Doing the right things for 30 weeks and the tests for the squad over that time, this is massive for the club and the town.

“But it is not the biggest one, the Grand Final is still the one everyone wants.

"So, we need to get this wrapped up tomorrow, enjoy it and then move on to the next one.”

Saints have had several injury problems over the way and had to rely on some of their talented youngsters coming through the ranks.

Coach Justin Holbrook is missing James Roby and Ryan Morgan. And Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook has also been added to the injury list.

But Amor says they have coped admirably, adding: “We had drafted in a couple of young lads in the front-row, in Matty Lees and Jack Ashworth, they have played a few this year due to injuries.

“They have certainly stepped up and made a claim for positions week in, week out.

"And Aaron Smith, who came on in France, had the hardest job of all, trying to follow James Roby but he did great.

“The signs are definitely good for us, as a squad. The experience these younger lads are getting now will be massive for us as we move ahead.”