Pep Guardiola's Manchester City have turned on the style during the early weeks of the Premier League season, but the Spanish manager is just as dapper off the pitch as his side are on it.
Guardiola has won each of his first 10 games in charge at the Etihad Stadium to guide his side to the top of the Premier League table, and at the same time has shown the English football public just why his spells at Bayern Munich and Barcelona were as entertaining as they were successful.
But that style isn't restricted to the confines of the pitch, as is proven by the former midfielder's appearance on the front cover of the October edition of the Spanish GQ magazine.\
Guardiola is wearing a navy blue shirt and trousers for his cover shot, with the strapline 'Guardiola on Manchester (music, football and lots of rain)'.
An inside picture shows Guardiola adding a grey coat to his ensemble, helping him cope with the rain in the north west, while there is also an image of the Spaniard on the streets of Manchester with the headline translated as 'the man that changes'.
A speech bubble on the front cover makes reference to the 'blues of City and the reds of United' as well as Joy Division, Oasis, and the English climate.