Striker Jason Scotland will be hoping to make it a double celebration tonight as the Swans look to keep their play-off hopes alive and kicking with the visit of Plymouth to the Liberty Stadium (7.45pm).
Now the Trinidad & Tobago hit man will look to celebrate by grabbing his 50th goal for the club in less than two seasons.
Scotland, who Kamara revealed he had recommended to an unnamed Premiership club in the summer, is already on 20 goals for the current campaign after bagging 29 last season.
It means Scotland's £25,000 fee from St Johnstone in July 2007 has already proved a snip at just over £510 a goal.
Only Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake has scored more goals in the Championship this season with 23 - and the former Manchester United trainee cost the Midlands club around a massive £1.5m from tonight's opponents Plymouth.
"Having watched Jason in training every day, I really believe he hasn't hit his peak yet,'' explained Roberto. "There are 10 games left and I'm convinced Jason can take his game to an even higher level.
"For any striker to score 20 goals at Championship level is an outstanding achievement and shouldn't be underestimated.
"He thoroughly deserves the award and all the lads in the squad are really pleased for him.''
Scotland's fine goal-scoring form continued in February, netting three goals in four games to help the Swans remain unbeaten. He began the month by scoring twice a comprehensive home win over Ipswich Town. He followed this by getting on the scoresheet in the Swans home win over Doncaster.
Also short-listed for the February award were Dele Adebola of Bristol City, Paul Heffernan of Doncaster Rovers and Watford's Tamas Priskin.
Kamara, chairman of the awards panel, said: "Jason Scotland has enjoyed a wonderful start to 2009, netting 11 goals since the turn of the year.
"All those who doubted his ability to find the net regularly in the Championship have certainly been proved wrong and his outstanding displays in February have helped Swansea remain in the shake up for a pay-off place as we enter the business end of the season."