JAKE Mamo has been named Super League's Player of the Month for June.

The Warrington Wolves centre produced some electrifying displays as The Wire went through the month unbeaten.

It completes a monthly award double for the club as Steve Price was also named Coach of the Month.

Mamo beat off some strong competition to win the award, with fans choosing him over Wire teammate Gareth Widdop, Catalans Dragons pair Josh Drinkwater and James Maloney, Hull FC's Mahe Fonua and Wakefield Trinity's Joe Westerman.

"Aww I wasn’t expecting that. Well I’m chuffed and humbled," Mamo said upon hearing the news.

"And even more so considering it’s voted for by the fans, so thank you everyone for supporting me!"

During Super League rounds 9-12, Mamo was in stunning form as he scored four tries, including a hat-trick in the 40-14 win at Wigan Warriors on June 30.

The Australian, who is leaving The Halliwell Jones Stadium at the end of the season to join Castleford Tigers for 2022, also averaged 147 running metres and four tackle busts per game during June.