Not more than they deserve :thumbsup:Manchester United have dominated the Barclays monthly awards, with Sir Alex Ferguson scooping Manager of the Month and Wayne Rooney landing the Players' equivalent.
United have won five out of their six games played in February, with their 1-0 UEFA Champions League defeat against Milan their only loss in the month.
United also defeated fierce rivals Arsenal at the start of February in what has been a strong month for The Red Devils.
Ferguson has led his side to a maximum return of 12 points from their Premiership games, leading him to collect the award.
It is the 15th time Ferguson has been voted Manager of the Month - a record for the English top flight.
"Sir Alex's award not only marks a fantastic month for Manchester United but reinforces his position as one of the most successful managers in club and league history," said Nic Gault, from the Barclays Awards Panel.
Wayne Rooney has had a major impact on United's continued good form, which has seen them close the gap on league leaders Chelsea.
The 19-year-old has bagged some crucial goals during United's run, earning him the Player of the Month award.
"Wayne Rooney also deserves recognition for his first Barclays Player of the Month Award as his fantastic strike rate has been instrumental in the club's recent run of form," added Gault.