It is understandable that Murray Davidson cannot see past his boss Tommy Wright for the December Manager of the Month Award.
Whether the accolade ultimately goes to him, the simple fact remains that Wright is still deserving of huge plaudits for the excellent job he is continuing to do at McDiarmid.
Certainly, when you factor in the size of his budget compared to others in the Premiership, he is helping ensure that Saints continue to punch above their own weight.
Also, Wright has had to cope for much of this season without long-term injury victims Tam Scobbie and Steven MacLean, with the latter especially being missed not just for his goals but his leadership on the park.
Even on Saturday against a Caley side determined to make amends for last week’s hiding in the Highlands at the hands of Partick Thistle, Wright was also without Saints’ new talisman James McFadden.
However, the manager ensured his side coped without the loss of the former Scotland man to secure another victory.
Davidson also made the point that St Johnstone in general do not receive the credit they deserve the same could certainly be said of their manager.