The outstanding Glasgow openside had his immense debut season crowned by claiming the Warriors Supporters' McCrea Financial Services/Hotel du Vin Player of the Year award.
This latest gong joins the Warriors Players' Player of the Year award he scooped at the end of last season in his collection.
But the fans' favourite, who has had to put the disappointment of failing to make the victorious Scotland tour of Australasia behind him, says that heartache has only redoubled his determination to maintain last term's soaring standards.
Fusaro said: "The key for me is to keep my head down and totally immerse myself in the pre-season.
"It was disappointing to miss out on the Scotland tour but after I got over that initial low I tried to keep it in perspective as best I could.
"I have only had the one pro season under my belt and the fact of the matter is I could do to back that up with another solid campaign.
"At 22 I have hopefully got plenty of time to earn my Scotland caps and there is no point rushing things.
"So I think when I arrived at the conclusion then the importance of consolidating what I achieved last season has been made even more of a priority for me."
With Warriors set to complete their first four-week block of the annual slog this week, Fusaro has had time to savour the methods of new Warriors head coach Gregor Townsend.
Speaking at a Warriors Youth Initiative at Pirie Park Primary School, Govan, Fusaro admitted he has thoroughly enjoyed himself.
He said: "Gregor has come in with new ways and fresh eyes and really hit the ground running and the lads haveresponded to him.
"Of course it has been tough and there have been no hiding places but that is the way the way it should be.
"He has set the bar high for next season and really underlined how ambitious he is for Glasgow and the players are buying into that."
Fusaro has also been given a boost by the match-winning performance of Warriors flanker Rob Harley whose last gasp try against Samoa helped seal the Scots' unbeaten three-Test series Down Under.
Fusaro said: "I am sure the confidence that will have given him will bring him back to Glasgow an even better player.
"His success has made me even hungrier to follow in his footsteps."
Warriors, meanwhile, will today post record season ticket sales numbers of 1100 as they look forward to their first campaign at Scotstoun.