Gray won the AFL Coaches Award with a round still to play.
Port Adelaide midfielder Robbie Gray has won the AFL Coaches Associations player of the year award after a stellar season in which he helped the Power reach the AFL finals.
Gray has polled 102 votes and holds an unassailable lead with one round remaining.
The 26-year-old is seven votes ahead of the suspended Fremantle gun Nat Fyfe, with Sydney’s Josh Kennedy in third on 83 points.
Gray told reporters that winning the award was reward for the most consistent season in his AFL career.
“It’s probably something you don’t really think about too much,” Gray said.
“We’re just really focused on what we want to achieve this year still.
“Individual awards are nice but the reason you play footy is for that ultimate team success.
“It’s the most consistent season I have had but it’s all about team success.”
Gray has averaged 25 disposals this season, and leads the league with the most goal assists.