Thomas Tuchel named German Coach of the Year.
The 47-year old manager arrived in January replacing Frank Lampard at Stamford Bridge as the team coach.
He helped the Blues secure their second Champions League title, a place in the FA Cup final and a top-four finish in the Premier League.
‘I accept the award very gratefully as a great honour for the entire team because I see myself as a team player,’ said Tuchel on receiving the award.
‘I don’t believe in individual awards too much, I truly believe it is a team effort, not only the players on the pitch everybody loves, but the team behind the team. I don’t do this alone. I do it with my staff, not only my German and Hungarian staff but all the people at Cobham. It’s incredible to be part of because there we have an incredible amount of quality and support.
‘Football teams can win without the coaches, but coaches cannot win without the team. It’s a reward for the team and what we did, and now let’s get on.’