The New Saints double goal hero Ryan Brobbel believes firing his side to completing the Welsh Premier League and Welsh Cup is the perfect way to cap off his season.

The popular former Northern Ireland under-21 international scored in both halves of TNS's 3-0 win over Connah's Quay Nomads at The Rock in Cefn on Sunday.

Brobbel was named players' and supporters' player of the year last weekend and while he admitted his direct free-kicks may not have been intentional, he still wants credit for his arrow-like efforts.

"It was just my day – the first one just flew into the corner with a bit of a cross shot but I will take them on a day like this," said Brobbel.

"I sort of meant them. I said to the lads to just get across the keeper and I’m going to try to hit the back post, but luckily it went in.

"It’s great to win the cup on top of the league – it’s what you set out to do and to win it on a day like, it just tops it off.

"It did take a while for us to get going this season. I think everyone will look back at the period in November and wonder what happened.

"But since Christmas, we haven’t lost a game and won endless amounts, scored endless amounts and all the clean sheets we’ve kept too.

"That’s why we’ve won the league."

Brobbel, who hails from North East, admitted at times this season he struggled to show anything like the form he has enjoyed in recent years, but insisted once he was injury free, he has not looked back.

"I’ve struggled at times this season, especially at the start because I’ve had a few injuries but once I got on my feet, I’ve really enjoyed myself," he said.

"I’ve been enjoying my football and getting my goals, and having the lads around me to help has been brilliant.

"I tell people to watch us back home [in the North East] all the time, and since I’ve been down here, they have.

"I think they’re impressed by the standard of what they’ve seen."