Stenhousemuir boss Brown Ferguson has been crowned Scottish League One manager of the month after leading his side to an unbeaten November.
Ferguson - who took over the reins in February - and his Stenny side had not won in the league since September before last month's successes.
"I'm very pleased that the efforts of the squad and the staff behind them were rewarded for last month," he said.
"We had a really good month in terms of results. I'm delighted to accept it."
A victory over Peterhead at the end of October preceded two wins and two draws that lifted Stenhousemuir up to fifth in the table.
Goal difference is now all that separates Ferguson's side from the promotion play-offs.
"I'm a greedy person who is always wanting more, but, as far as sensible objectives on the field, we're looking for stability," he said.
"Moving into this season it was stability in terms of a position that keeps us in the league and stability in terms of recruitment of players moving forward."