Jason Avedissian MANLY great Bob Fulton has declared Jamie Lyon's future at the Sea Eagles and possibly NSW lies at five-eighth following the Sea Eagles dismantling of the Roosters at Brookvale Oval on Saturday night. Lyon was a late replacement at pivot following the withdrawal of Travis Burns who succumbed to a back injury in the lead-up to the round 17 NRL match. The result was a 56-0 smashing of a woeful Roosters squad with Lyon and fellow half Matt Orford central to the destruction. Fulton said the combination, along with Brett Stewart at fullback and Michael Monaghan at hooker, had the potential to claim Manly their first premiership since 1996. ``What we've got there is a premiership-winning combination, particularly the half-back pairing,'' Fulton said last night. ``I can see nothing but pluses for that combination. ``Jamie is going to get better and better with every game he plays at five-eighth. ``I think that's his future at the club. ``That doesn't mean for reps, but he could play there in time. ``He was mentioned in Origin selections as a potential five-eighth.'' Orford said the win was a must following back-to-back losses against the Dragons and Bulldogs. ``Everyone stood up and was counted,'' the skipper, who contributed 28 points to the rout, said. ``I think the most pleasing part was keeping the other side to zero. ``But we have a short turn around and not much time for recovery so we won't get too carried away because there is still plenty to work on.'' Manly coach Des Hasler said the performance, which included a hat-trick of tries to winger Michael Robertson in his 100th NRL match, was the team's most consistent effort of the year. But the coach warned there were areas to improve ahead of Friday night's clash with the Tigers at Brookvale Oval.