The 25-year-old scooped all the top accolades at the 2015-16 Premier Soccer League awards evening at Emperors Palace, on Monday evening.
Billiat was named the Footballer of the Season, Absa Premiership Players Player of the Season and Midfielder of the Season, beating compatriots Hlompho Kekana and Keagan Dolly to all three accolades.
The Zimbabwe international was the Brazilians stand-out player in a record breaking season. Billiat scored 13 goals, assisting a further 20 in all competitions as the Chloorkop based side won both the Telkom Knockout and Absa Premiership titles.
His form has subsequently attracted interest from both the French Ligue 1 and Belgian Pro League, and Billiat is remaining hopeful of a move to greener pastures.
"Even if I don't go now I should just accept that maybe it is not my time...my time will come," said Billiat.
"If I am good enough, if I am needed, If they want me....they can take me.
The former Ajax Cape Town winger added that if a move fails to materialise that he is happy to remain at Sundowns, as they gear up for the group stages of the Caf Champions League.
"I am still a Mamelodi Sundowns player, at the end of the day they have to talk to the club and both have to agree," Billiat continued. " If they tell me to stay I will stay, I am happy here."
"Me, I just want to do my best like I always want to."
Billiat left for Harare on Tuesday morning with the Warriors set to face Uganda in an international friendly later today.