Peterborough United boss Graham Westley says his League One Manager of the Month award is a reflection of the work of the entire club.
The Posh are on a six-game winning streak and have moved into the play-off places having won nine of their last 12 games in all competitions.
"It's very much a collective scenario and everybody plays their part and does their bit," Westley said.
"You know you're in a good place when the manager gets that award."
Since then, Westley's side have lost on just three occasions.
"It's very common that you win an award like this as a manager and you give it away to everyone else and say it doesn't matter," he told BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.
"I think that it does matter, it's a reflection of what your lads have done and a reflection of the way the club has pulled together.
"I think it's important that you look at what you've been doing and you take a lot of confidence from it.
"The players have worked exceptionally hard to play fantastic football, to create numerous chances, and to score a lot of goals."