Pep Guardiola has been named Premier League Manager of the Year by the League Managers Association.
The Spaniard built on last year’s third-place finish by dominantly steering the Citizens to the title, becoming the first side in Premier League history to rack up 100 points in the process.
Man City finished 19 points clear of second-placed Manchester United and also broke records for number of Premier League wins and goals scored this term.
On being presented with the award on Tuesday night, Guardiola said: “All the other managers deserve this. They had an amazing season. You have to choose one, I was this one.
“We played good and we are happy for that. Of course, always I think the records are a consequence of our game, our consistency. To make these type of numbers you have to be solid for months, and not just a short period.”