Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte, has been named Premier League Manager of the Year by the League Managers Association (LMA).
Cont clinched the Premier League title in his first year in English football and could make it a classic double, if they beat Arsenal in Saturday’s FA Cup final.
Last year’s winner, Claudio Ranieri, was the first foreign manager to win the prize, since Arsene Wenger in 2003/2004.
“I’m living a lot of incredible emotions in my first season in England,” Conte said at the ceremony.
“I want to thank people for voting for me. I love to accept this.
“It’s fantastic to read all of these names who have won this trophy. It’s a great achievement for me and I hope to continue in the best way and deserve this award.”