Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has won the League Managers Association's Manager of the Year award after leading the club to a 10th Premier League title in the last 16 years and next week's Champions League final.
The Scot's award was announced at the Barclays-sponsored LMA annual awards dinner in Nottingham on Monday evening.
The award is voted for by the entire LMA membership and takes into consideration the performance of all managers during the season, based upon all the resources available to them.
It completes a double for Ferguson, who also won the Premier League award.
Ferguson said: "It is a tremendous honour that my fellow managers and LMA members should deem me worthy of this award. I am very proud to receive it."