Mike Jackson has been named April's Barclays Manager of the Month after making history with Burnley.
The interim head coach became the first Burnley manager to go unbeaten in his first four top-flight matches.
He oversaw a dramatic turnaround victory at Watford, a 2-0 win at home to Southampton and a 1-0 triumph over Wolverhampton Wanderers, as well as a draw at West Ham United.
Those April results have given a huge boost to Burnley's hopes of safety.
When Jackson took over they were 18th, four points from safety, but the 48-year-old has since taken them out of the relegation zone with three matches left to play.
Jackson, who stepped up from his role as the club's Under-23 coach, becomes the first Burnley manager to win the award since Sean Dyche, the man he replaced, did so in February 2020.
Jackson won after votes from the public were combined with those of a panel of experts, beating Thomas Frank, Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp.
August: Nuno Espirito Santo (TOT)
September: Mikel Arteta (ARS)
October: Thomas Tuchel (CHE)
November: Pep Guardiola (MCI)
December: Pep Guardiola (MCI)
January: Bruno Lage (WOL)
February: Eddie Howe (NEW)
March: Mikel Arteta (ARS)
April: Mike Jackson (BUR)
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