GREATER Western Sydney coach Leon Cameron believes star forward Jeremy Cameron's year has eclipsed his 2013 season when he was named in the All Australian side.
The 23-year-old kicked seven goals – all in the second half - to lead the Giants to their biggest ever win of 81 points over Carlton at Spotless Stadium on Saturday.
Cameron now has 61 majors for 2015 and needs only two in next week's final round against Melbourne to make it a career-best season haul.
The GWS coach says his goalkicker has raised his game to another level as the club had expected and now it's his job to make sure the left footer is a fixture of the GWS side over the next decade.
"The stakes have lifted and our players should be better players as we creep on year after year," Cameron said post-match.
"The challenge for us is to get Jeremy to play in different positions at times, so he doesn't have to have that combative 120 minutes of footy every week.
"He loves it and he's hard at it, but we want him to play at this footy club for 15 years.
"We don't want him to get to 27 (years of age) and he can't go anymore."
In recent weeks a lack of forward 50 entries and poor disposal has hurt Cameron's output but against the Blues, the home side won the inside 50 count 75-36 and the mobile forward capitalised.
Cameron had just three kicks in the first half opposed to Carlton veteran Michael Jamison, but finished the day with 15 kicks, 12 marks and 7.3 on the scoreboard.
Fellow tall forward James Stewart returned to form with two goals and eight marks and the coach says it's no coincidence that it helped contribute to the Giants' 20-goal day.
"There's a long way to go for these young forwards and we don't have the luxury of going, here's three ripping young forwards, you're going to learn off a 27 or 28 year-old," Cameron said.
"You've got to learn off each other and it'll fluctuate at times.
"James is really keen he jumped at the footy (and) clunked a couple.
"I thought Cameron McCarthy's effort was there but you'll look back at the game as say, well he didn't hit the scoreboard as much.
Midfielder Adam Treloar continued his stellar season with 27 touches and three goals, in what could be his last game in Sydney as a Giant.
There is widespread speculation that the out of contract gun will leave the club at the end of the season, but his coach isn't willing to give up on Treloar until he signs on the dotted line elsewhere.
"Adam Treloar clearly loves the Giants but there's big decisions (to be made)," Cameron said.
"They've all had big decisions, we've nailed a number of our players already, and Adam's no different.
"There's four or five clubs saying we'd love Adam Treloar, we'd love Dylan Shiel, we'd love Jeremy Cameron, that's what happens.
"We're confident we're still right in the picture and when he performs like that you can clearly see his heart is in the right spot, and that's at our footy club.
"His performance was terrific."
GWS onballer Ryan Griffen limped from the ground with a knee injury in the third term against the Blues and will have scans to determine the extent of the problem.
Cameron says he's hopeful the injury isn't serious and if he's passed fit, Griffen will take on the Demons next week.