Robbie Keane was delighted to end a frantic week with the MLS title after helping Los Angeles Galaxy to victory.
Keane set up the winner for Landon Donovan in the MLS Cup final, as they beat Houston Dynamo 1-0.
Keane's involvement in the final, came just days after he led Republic of Ireland to the Euro 2012 finals with victory over Estonia.
The former Tottenham star admits it has been a hectic few days, but was delighted to end it with some silverware.
"It has been a bit crazy this week, a bit tiring - back to Dublin and then back here, I am a little bit tired but it is all worthwhile," he said.
"It has been a great week for me with the national team and then four days later I come and win the Championship, a lot of travelling but it was worth it."
Keane hailed David Beckham's part in the win as he played with a torn hamstring, and he admitted he hoped the match with Houston would not be his last for the Galaxy.
"He was struggling, we knew a few days before but full credit to him it shows just how much he wants to play," he said.
"Obviously we want him to stay, but you will have to ask David, but from a selfish personal point of view I would love him to stay as we get on very well as he has been really good to me."