GERWYN Price declared “there’s a lot more in the tank” after cruising to his third Grand Slam of Darts title with a 16-8 demolition of Peter Wright in Wolverhampton.

A 16-8 victory for the Gwent ace at Aldersley Leisure Village means he will start the defence of his PDC World Championship crown next month as the number one seed.

The Grand Slam champion in 2018 and 2019 was simply too good for former world champion Wright and finished with an average of 103.90.

“I’m thrilled to win this again,” said Markham’s Price. “It’s tough to win against the best players in the world, but it’s a big pat on my back and I’m chuffed.

“Early on in the final, I thought I put Peter under a lot of pressure. I carried on with my own game and I was clinical. I blew him away in the middle part of the game. Towards the end, I’m not sure why the doubles weren’t going in and then Peter hit the 155.

“I was way more consistent than him and put him under pressure on his throw. I’m playing well and I know there’s a lot more in the tank.”