Gov. Andrew Cuomo really likes this budget.

He underscored that on Sunday night while wrapping up his press conference, stood on the pharmacist-like riser and declared it one of the best budgets he’s worked on since becoming governor in 2011.

“This is the best budget that has been produced since I’ve been governor and I applaud all the people who worked on it,” he said.

State lawmakers have been less then thrilled, however.

“I’ll be the first one to say that this is not a great budget,” said Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie to his members after nearly 20 hours of debating and voting on the budget legislation. “There’s not a lot of happiness in this budget. There’s a lot of things that are missing in this budget.”

To be sure, lawmakers are pointing to the criminal justice law changes — eliminating cash bail for misdemeanors and non-violent felonies — as a major step forward, even as they want to go further.

But the budget also cedes authority from the Legislature on both tolling in New York City when entering Manhattan and creating a system of publicly funded campaigns. The commissions were formed only three months after lawmakers blasted a similarly devised panel that granted pay raises for state officials and lawmakers, but also capped outside pay for the Legislature and eliminated stipends.

Cuomo got what he wanted, or is at least pleased with what he won.