The last two years have seen Real Madrid make a big claim to be the best club in the world and Zinedine Zidane's trophy cabinet is an expression of that.
A whopping eight trophies have landed in the Frenchman's lap since taking over on January 4, 2016 with the most recent being his second Club World Cup crown.
On top of that, he has a LaLiga, two UEFA Super Cups, two Champions Leagues and a Supercopa de Espana to make for an unmatched set of triumphs.
The closest coach to Zidane in this period is Unai Emery, who has scooped five pieces of silverware in the shape of a Europa League with Sevilla as well as four domestic titles with Paris Saint-Germain.
Some great names of the modern era are thus left behind, including Luis Enrique and his four domestic achievements, Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola on three and two titles respectively, and even Diego Simeone, who has remained trophy-less during the Real boss' spell in charge.