The League Managers Association have crowned Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri Manager of the Year.
Ranieri did the impossible as he led the Foxes to their first premier league title for the first time in their 132-year history despite ranked a distant 5000-to-1.
The 64-year-old is now one of just two non-British managers to take home the LMA award after Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger scooped it in 2002 and 2004.
LMA chairman Howard Wilkinson said: “My congratulations go to the LMA manager of the year sponsored by Barclays, Claudio Ranieri who, in his first year as manager of Leicester City, has achieved the most astonishing of sporting triumphs and thoroughly deserves all the recognition and praise being bestowed upon him tonight.”
The former Chelsea manager has won three end-of-season awards so far having been named the Premier League Manager of the Year and Italian Manager of the Year.
In the English Championship, Brighton & Hove Albion boss Chris Hughton was the winner of the Championship award, while Wigan Athletic’s Gary Caldwell took home the League One gong and Chris Wilder was awarded for his League Two win with Northampton Town.