England's Dan Norton narrowly scooped the DHL Impact Player award for Dubai ahead of South Africa's Seabelo Senatla.
Norton, the fourth highest try scorer of all time on the World Series with 219, amassed a total of 45 points, made up of 14 tackles, six breaks, five offloads and 20 carries. The 28-year-old also scored nine tries in Dubai as England finished third, beating Wales 38-10 to win the bronze medal.
"It went pretty well for me in Dubai. I managed to get some ball out wide which was nice!" said Norton. "We worked hard in pre-season and we're pretty happy to be where we are. It would have been nice to be in the final but it's a long season so we should have some more chances going forward."
South Africa flyer Senatla finished just one point behind Norton in the performance tracker, making less tackles (10) and offloads (one) but twice as many breaks (13) and the same amount of carries with 20.
Perry Baker of the USA was on top of the tracker for most of the tournament but finished third overall with 41 points. Fiji captain Osea Kolinisau also featured in the top five, finishing on 40 points.