Moyes Takes LMA Award
David Moyes has been named the League Managers' Association (LMA) Manager of the Year.
Moyes has now won the award three times, following triumphs in 2002/03 and 2004/05.
This season he has steered Everton to fifth place in the league and to an FA Cup final.
Despite having limited resources in comparison to his rivals, Moyes and his side despatched Aston Villa, Middlesbrough, Liverpool and Manchester United in the earlier rounds of the competition.
And in the league, the Scot overcame a tricky start to oversee the Blues' rise to fifth place for the second successive season.
The award was announced at the LMA annual dinner in Nottingham on Tuesday evening.
LMA Chairman, Howard Wilkinson, said: "Since joining Everton, David has not only transformed the club's fortunes, he has also created a huge fan base - including many of his fellow managers.
"With only modest financial backing, he has shown what can be achieved through discipline, dedication and an innate ability to get the best out of every player."