The powerful frontman was trailing Danny Rowe in the scoring charts for most of the season, but an incredible final few months saw him chip away and deny the AFC Fylde sharp shooter a National League Golden Boot to add to his North one from last year.
With play-off strikes not counting in the end of season tally of course, Cook, 27, ends two goals ahead - and it had a lot to do with one game in particular last month.
Cook scored four times against Gateshead and that night eventually swung things in his favour.
He was presented with his well-earned trophy before the Vanarama National League play-off semi-final win over Ebbsfleet United last Saturday.
Killer Cook now wants to sign off in style with a Wembley win on Saturday in the Promotion Final, and knowing him another goal!
Vanarama National League top scorers:
Andy Cook (Tranmere Rovers) 26 goals
Danny Rowe (AFC Fylde) 24 goals
Macauley Bonne (Leyton Orient) 22 goals
James Norwood (Tranmere Rovers) 20 goals
Bruno Andrade (Boreham Wood) 20 goals
Danny Kedwell (Ebbsfleet United) 18 goals
Josh Rees (Bromley) 16 goals
Ryan Bird (Dover Athletic) 16 goals
Morgan Ferrier (Dagenham and Boreham Wood) 15 goals
Scott Wilson (Macclesfield) 14 goals
Michael Cheek (Dagenham) 13 goals
Chris Holroyd (Wrexham) 13 goals
Louis Dennis (Bromley) 13 goals
Harry Pritchard (Maidenhead United) 13 goals
Danny Johnson (Gateshead) 13 goals
Tommy Wright (Sutton United) 13 goals
Fejiri Okenabirhie (Dagenham) 12 goals
Byron Harrison (Barrow & Sutton) 12 goals
Charlie Carter (Woking) 12 goals
Scott Rendell (Aldershot Town) 12 goals
Corey Whitely (Dagenham and Ebbsfleet) 11 goals
Michael Woods (Hartlepool United) 11 goals
Shamir Fenelon (Aldershot) 11 goals
Joe Pigott (Maidstone United) 11 goals
Oladapo Afolayan (Solihull Moors) 11 goals
Tom Denton (FC Halifax) 10 goals
Angelo Balanta (Boreham Wood) 10 goals
Ben Williamson (Eastleigh) 10 goals
Jack Powell (Ebbsfleet United) 10 goals