Jose Mourinho has won his fourth Premier League manager of the month award after 13 years as he scooped the Barclays Manager of the Month for November.
He beat Frank Lampard, David Moyes, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer to the award following Spurs scintilating performance in November.
The 57-year-old scooped his fourth award since 2007 when he last won it after votes from the public were combined with those of a panel of football experts, to best other nominees.
After receiving the award, Mourinho said it is better to name the individual award as team of the month or staff of the month.
“It says Manager of the Month but for me it is team of the month or staff of the month.
“This is about the players, the coaches, my assistant, the sport science guys, the analysts and lots of others.”
The former Manchester United manager picked out the “complete performance” against Man City as his highlight of November.
“That win against Manchester City and the way we did it, with a performance that we as a staff consider a very complete one,” added Mourinho.
“We were very good in every moment of the game.
“It was the first of three consecutive matches – Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal – where from a mental point, if you do not get victory in the first one it is probably going to affect your self-esteem and confidence for the next one.
“November as a month highlights the momentum, what we are and the reason why we are doing so well.”