Barrow’s Morgan Knowles has revealed Friday’s Super League Grand Final win has not sunk in.

Knowles’ St Helens side beat Wigan Warriors 8-4 in the Grand Final.

Friday’s victory at Hull’s KCOM Stadium meant it was two wins in as many years for Knowles and St Helens.

The loose forward, who once played for Barrow Island ARLFC, was ecstatic after adding another trophy to St Helens’ collection.

“It is pretty mad to be honest,” Knowles said.

“I don’t think it has properly sunk in yet.

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“I am made up to get my second ring and to go back-to-back. I'm proper chuffed about it.

“I have not had a chance to watch the game back or anything.

“I am still sort of struggling to make sense of the way it ended to be honest.”

A last-gasp try from teenager centre Jack Welsby secured the win for Saints.

Welsby’s try came after the full-time hooter when Tommy Makinson’s drop goal attempt hit the post.

The late drama only added to what will go down as one of the best Grand Finals in history.

Knowles added: “It was a fair reflection of first versus second, the best two teams going at it.

“There was nothing in it at all really.

“Defensively both teams are really sound.

“We were just waiting for someone to come up with a bit of magic and that’s what happened in the end.”

Looking towards the future, Knowles is now hoping his Saints side can become the first team since Leeds Rhinos to win the Grand Final three years in a row.

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"The group we've got at the moment is really special and hopefully we can capitalise on this and win some more silverware," he said.

"Three times in a row, that’d be amazing and will now be our goal."