Dusty's epic MVP display during Grand Final party

Dustin Martin was best-on-ground in the AFL Grand Final, and new video shows he couldn't put a foot wrong during post-game partying either.

Martin's epic 2017 will go down in history after he won a premiership medal, Norm Smith Medal for best-on-ground in the decider, Brownlow Medal, Jack Dyer Medal as Richmond's player of the year, and Players Association MVP award.

And as the video above shows, he continued his fine form while celebrating Richmond's first premiership in 37 years.

The footage, published by '15 Minutes of Fame', shows Martin walking towards Bond Bar late on Saturday night after the Tigers thrashed Adelaide at the MCG.

Dusty and his entourage. Image: 15 Minutes of Fame

Despite a massive line of patrons waiting to get in, Dusty walks straight up to the bouncer with a big entourage in tow - including manager Ralph Carr, teammate Josh Caddy and former player Michael Gardiner.

Dusty can be seen sweet-talking the security guard before stepping aside and ushering his posse straight into the club, as hoards of 'regular Joes' watch on in disdain.

One male, believed to be prominent horse trainer Clinton McDonald, tries to join Martin's crew before being hit with a trademark 'don't argue' from Dusty.

Don't argue. Image: 15 Minutes of Fame

It seems like everything Martin touches turns to gold in 2017, and this epic new video will only endear himself further with his legion of fans.

Vision has also emerged of Dusty's antics once he got inside the club, showing him standing on the bar and spraying champagne over patrons.

Teammate Jack Riewoldt earlier this week revealed some of Dusty's antics with the $1500 bottle.

"He was just spraying it everywhere," Riewoldt told Fox Footy.

"And then I can remember seeing the crowd look up and think that's $1500 Don Perignon and they had their mouths open."

And it seems Riewoldt and Dusty still haven't come down from the premiership high, with video showing them still partying a week after the Grand Final.

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