The Premier League season is reaching it's end and multiple managers can stake a claim for Manager of the Year.
Pep Guardiola is on course to win the league for the second consecutive season and is perhaps the favourite for the award.
Jurgen Klopp is also a contender, with Liverpool having lost just once this year and currently occupying first place in the league, although they have played a game more.
Elsewhere, Nuno Espírito Santo has impressed at Wolves, with the Midlands club currently occupying 7th in their first year back in the league.
Eddie Howe and Rafa Benitez are among other managers who will stake a claim for the top managerial award.
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But, who is the best manager in the league?
Journalists from eight regional newspapers have put their heads together to rank every manager in England's top tier.
1. Pep Guardiola
2. Jurgen Klopp
3. Mauricio Pochettino
4. Nuno Espirito Santo
5. Rafa Benitez
6. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
7. Javi Gracia
8. Unai Emery
9. Manuel Pellegrini
10. Eddie Howe
11. Maurizio Sarri
12. Neil Warnock
13. Ralph Hasenhuttl
14. Chris Hughton
15. Sean Dyche
16. Roy Hodgson
17. Brendan Rodgers
18. Marco Silva
19. Jan Siewert
20. Scott Parker
Few would argue against Guardiola being the best manager in the Premier League.
But there's still a few controversial rankings in there.
Solskjaer failed in his first stint at Cardiff but has impressed during his few months at Man United.
But, despite only being at United for a matter of months, he's ranked sixth.
Emery proved himself to be a top manager at Sevilla and he's improved Arsenal in his first season at the club, but he's below Solskjaer in eighth.
Howe has helped Bournemouth go from League Two to the Premier League, but him being ranked tenth seems a little low.
Another who can feel hard done by is Dyche.
The Burnley manager has had to work with one of the smallest budgets in the league but still led his side to Europa League qualification last year.
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