Chelsea star Jorginho has been named UEFA Men's Player of the Year following his heroics for both club and country in the 2020-21 season.
The Brazil-born midfield ace was a vital part of the Blues engine room as they fought to Champions League glory.
And he repeated the feat over the summer to help deliver the Euro 2020 trophy to Italy.
The midfielder lifted both the Champions League and Euro 2020 in a memorable season
Jorginho was one of three players chosen as finalists for the Player of the Year award.
Chelsea team-mate N'Golo Kante was also included in the final shortlist, as was Kevin De Bruyne, who enjoyed yet another sparkling year for Manchester City.
Ultimately, though, Jorginho's exploits at both club and international level were judged to have put him ahead of his two rivals, leaving him with the prestigious UEFA award.