Underrated? Not in Canberra. And Raiders coach Ricky Stuart says the record books show exactly where captain Jarrod Croker sits in the club's history.
Stuart even credited Croker's goal kicking with being the difference in their nail-biting 22-20 win over the Cronulla Sharks at Canberra Stadium on Thursday night.
As for the man himself, Croker was typically humble about it all - joining Jason Croker as the Green Machine's all-time leading try scorer when he crossed for his 120th NRL four-pointer.
The 28-year-old didn't even realise he'd done it until Raiders prop Josh Papalii came over and congratulated him.
"It's nice. It's just something I'll be proud of at the moment, but something I'll look back on more and be very proud of," Croker said.
"I'm just very grateful to have the opportunity to be at this club long enough to do that sort of stuff.
"I love playing here, I love Canberra and I love the Raiders so it means a lot to me.
"To be honest I didn't realise until straight away 'Papa' came over and congratulated me."
It adds to Croker's existing record as the Raiders' all-time leading point-scorer with 1892 - ninth on the overall records led by Melbourne's Cameron Smith (2476).
He also drew level with Laurie Daley with 244 games for the club, equal second and 74 behind record-holder Jason Croker.
But Stuart said Croker was much more than just his records and what he does on the field - his character was even more impressive.
"He's not underrated in my eyes, he is a huge part of our club. He is a very consistent football player," Stuart said.
"The poor bugger doesn't get the accolades he deserves. He won that game on his goal kicking for us.
"He's kicked some great goals ... one very good goal from the sideline, and if he doesn't kick those we don't win."