Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has been inducted into the Welsh Sports Hall of Fame to add to his list of honours, according to BBC Sport.
Now manager of the Wales national side, looking over new United signing Daniel James, Giggs was one of five inductees.
Wales rugby star Steve Fenwick, Commonwealth Games gold medallists Jazz Carlin and Michaela Breeze and former Wales netball player and coach Wendy White were also inducted into the Welsh Sports Hall of Games.
It’s an incredible honour for someone to receive this in their homeland, but why has it took so long for Giggs to be recognised?
He joins a list of Welsh footballers that includes John Toshack, Gary Speed, Jimmy Murphy, and Mark Hughes.
Giggs became the most decorated footballer in English football being a one club man at Old Trafford – winning 34 trophies (13 Premier League titles, four FA Cups, three League Cups, two Champions Leagues, one European Super Cup, one Intercontinental Cup, one Fifa Club World Cup and nine Community Shields).
This honour must have been coming a while so it won’t come as a surprise to anybody.