A memorable 2017-18 campaign for Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has seen him collect a Premier League Manager of the Season and LMA Manager of the Year double.
Having led his side to the English top-flight title with a record-breaking 100-point haul, the Catalan has continued his dominance of the domestic game by landing two prestigious individual awards.
He is the first City manager to scoop either of the coveted prizes, with the Blues having scaled never-before-seen heights during a season which also saw them toast Carabao Cup glory.
He is the fourth overseas coach to take the prize, with neither Roberto Mancini nor Manuel Pellegrini having managed to claim it after their respective title successes with City.
Guardiola has some way to go, however, if he is to match the achievements of Sir Alex Ferguson, with the legendary Manchester United manager having won the award on 11 occasions in his career.