St Helens winger Regan Grace says he doesn’t set targets for himself before the start of a season.
Grace played a key role as Saints won their first Super League title since 2014. He scored 20 tries in 29 games, just three off teammate Tommy Makinson at the top of the try-scoring charts.
This was a personal best for the Wales International.
When asked about personal targets, he said: “I don’t really look too much into that stuff. If you are doing the right things anyway, then that sort of stuff looks after itself.
“I don’t really think ‘I want to score this many tries’ or ‘I want to run this far’, if you are doing the right things, working hard and everyone on the team is as well, then those things come naturally.
“Like last season, we scored so many tries throughout the team. There wasn’t one stand out player. We scored so many more than everyone else, and it was quite even, where all the tries were scored.”
The Welsh winger is hoping to build an on last season, which culminated in him leading out his country at the Nines World Cup.
He will play his first game this season when Saints welcome Salford Red Devils to the Totally Wicked Stadium on Friday.