Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has had a street named in his honour near Old Trafford.
The 71-year-old, who retired at the end of last season as the most successful manager in British football history, has also been awarded the Honorary Freedom of the Borough of Trafford.
Both honours were awarded by Trafford Borough Council on a day when the Scot's achievements in 26 years at the United helm were celebrated.
Ferguson attended ceremonies at the town hall and at the street formerly known as Water's Reach, adjacent to Old Trafford, which is now to be called Sir Alex Ferguson Way.
Ferguson, who won 13 Premier League titles and two Champions League titles with United, told those assembled at the street's unveiling: "It's a privilege and an honour to have a road named after me. You don't expect these things in life.
"It encapsulates probably the last 26 years - coming to the great club, the history of it. It's been an incredible journey for me, ending today for me to unveil this road sign: Sir Alex Ferguson Way.
"I'm really proud of that and I'm proud of everyone who has been associated with the club.
"It's a great, great football club. You, the supporters, have enjoyed it. And I still think that a lot of our young fans don't remember that there were bad days. Dealing with bad days is what we're good at.
This club will always go on.
"We've got a fantastic set-up, great staff, wonderful people and there's only one way and that's up for Manchester United.
"I thank everybody for being here - all my friends, all my family and my wife, the boss! She picked all the winning teams, by the way."
Sir Alex Ferguson Way is close to another stadium approach road, Sir Matt Busby Way, named after one of his illustrious United predecessors. - PA Sport.
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