Jurgen Klopp has seen his Liverpool side break plenty of records this season, and he now has one of his own after being named Premier League Manager of the Month for a fifth time.
The German has monopolised the market when it comes to individual prizes in 2019-20 and that comes as no surprise given how dominant those at Anfield have been.
Liverpool burst out of the blocks and have shown no sign of slowing down.
They enjoyed the best start to a campaign that the elite divisions in Europe have ever seen and have continued to kick on from there.
Just two points have been dropped across 25 games, with a stunning haul of 24 victories carrying the Reds towards a first top-flight title in 30 years.
They are 22 points clear of the chasing pack at present, and no side in England has ever been so far in front.
Klopp has masterminded a relentless march towards more major silverware, with his efforts being acknowledged once again.
Liverpool opened a new year, and a new decade, with five successive Premier League wins through January and having been faultless through that run, Klopp was the obvious recipient of another monthly gong.
He edged out competition from Pep Guardiola, Ralph Hasenhuttl and Nigel Pearson to land the prize, with Klopp previously having collected the award for the months of August, September, November and December.
In January, he oversaw wins over Sheffield United, Tottenham, Manchester United, Wolves and West Ham.
Liverpool are now taking in their winter break, with Klopp eager to see his senior stars get a well-earned rest.
He was absent for an FA Cup fourth-round replay with Shrewsbury as a result, but saw Neil Critchley and his U23 side book a place in the next stage.
Klopp’s star-studded squad will be back in action on February 15 when they take in a trip to Norwich.
They will be determined to maintain the momentum they have built to this point, helping to put their coach in contention for more honours.