Zinedine Zidane is the best club coach in the world.
The Real Madrid boss has built a reputation for winning trophies in his relatively short coaching career, most notably in the Champions League.
Now, L’Equipe have recognised his achievements by naming him the world’s best club coach ahead of both Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola.
Klopp took second place while Guardiola finished up in third for the French newspaper.
As well as L’Equipe, France Football ran a poll that saw Zidane take 57 percent of the votes, also naming him the world’s best.
Zidane will take on Guardiola this Friday as Real Madrid meet Manchester City in what will be football’s two most prolific coaches facing off.
Pep picks up silverware, on average, every 22 games while Zidane collects a trophy every 19.