St Helens star Kyle Amor is hoping to put one over on fellow former Hensingham amateur Lee Mossop when the West Cumbrians go head-to-head in the Betfred Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford today (6pm ko).

Mossop scored a try as he led Salford Red Devils to a superb victory over his former club Wigan and booked their Grand Final place against Saints.

But there will be no quarter given by 32-year-old Amor as he looks to help his team bring the curtain down on what has been a phenomenal season, and a dominant spell under departing head coach Justin Holbrook, with a Grand Final victory.

“We’ve had a tremendous time under Justin Holbrook and dominated this league for a long time but we haven’t come away with anything other than League Leaders’ Shields,” he said.

“Yes, you want to be the most consistent side over the course of the season, but really we all know that’s not the trophy the fans, players and clubs want.”

Amor is not suggesting that Salford’s run to the Grand Final has been a fluke and will not be underestimating them.

“I think they were 150/1 to make the Grand Final and it’s not very often that the bookies are wrong,” he said.

“But Salford have been playing really well for the last three months and winning 10 of their last 11 games shows they have earned their place in the final.

“We know fine well that everybody who isn’t a Saints fan will be gunning for Salford; I’d probably be doing the same if we weren’t involved.”

And Amor believes it should be a source of pride for the county when “two of their own” walk out at Old Trafford this weekend.

He added: “Every time I take to the field I always think about my family and friends back home and it’ll be no different for Lee.”