Claudio Ranieri has added another feather to his hat, as he is named League Manager’s Association (LMA) manager of the year.
The Leicester City manager was a shoo in for the accolade, following his exploits with the foxes.
Ranieri transformed a relegation threatened side into title contenders and winners, with Leicester losing just three matches all season.
Their eventual winning margin was 10 points over next-best Arsenal, who pipped rivals Tottenham into second place on the final day of the season.
Ranieri’s efforts also won him the LMA Premier League Manager of the Year award along with the association’s top gong, becoming just the second non-British manager to win the award after Arsene Wenger (2002, 2004).