Now the Saints legend hopes he can win some silverware for his own trophy cabinet as he targets a league and cup double with Partick Thistle.
Murray left the Paisley club last summer to take his place at the heart of the Firhill midfield and has played his part in Thistle's terrific campaign thus far.
With just a handful of games left, including Saturday's home clash against Livingston, the Jags have their sights firmly set on the Irn-Bru First Division title and Ramsdens Cup.
He said: "It was nice to see St Mirren win but I am just interested in Partick Thistle now, hopefully we can go on and win the Ramsdens Cup and the First Division.
"It is a big few weeks coming up for us but at this stage of the season we can only take one game at a time. They are all cup finals for us between now and the end of the season.
"We just need to concentrate on Livingston on Saturday and look to keep our good run of form going.
"It will be a tough game for us, they have done well this year and they like to play the game in the right way.
"It won't be easy for us but it is another game we are looking to win. We can't afford to start looking too far ahead, we will take it one game at a time and hopefully we can end the season how we want to."
Saturday's Livi tie signals the start of a hectic few weeks for Alan Archibald's side as they gear up for a nine-game run over the next month.
The packed fixture schedule will make or break Thistle's silverware dreams this term as they look to overhaul league leaders Morton and see off Second Division champions-elect Queen of the South.
The busy schedule will test the Firhill squad to the limit but Murray is confident there is safety in numbers for the Jags.
He said: "It is not ideal but there is nothing we can do about it.
"We have got a build-up of fixtures now but we just need to look at each individual game as it comes and look to continue our good recent form.
"It is not going to be easy but you can't determine how the weather is going to be and it is frustrating for us.
"We will get them played over the next few weeks and those games will determine the outcome of our season. We have got a good enough squad to cope with the upcoming fixture list."
Jags fans have their last chance to secure their cup final seat this weekend.
Tickets go on sale at Firhill from 1.30pm on Saturday and will also be available over the phone priced £14 and £5.