Frank Lampard, David Moyes and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer beat off competition from the Spurs leader.
For November, Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho was appointed Premier League manager of the month.
With his Tottenham side sitting at the top of the Premier League, the Portuguese trainer won the trophy.
They had an outstanding record in November, winning three of their four games – especially against Manchester City – and concluding the month with a Chelsea draw.
West Ham’s David Moyes and Manchester United leader Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took Mourinho to Instagram to announce that he had fought off competition from Chelsea’s Frank Lampard – whose Blues had the same three wins and a draw on their record.
It says the month’s manager, but for me, it’s the month’s team or the month’s staff because it’s about the players and all the guys here with me the coaches, the managers, the sports science guys, the analysts, and others who aren’t here but work so hard,” he said. “It’s about the month’s manager, but it’s about the month’s team or the month’s staff.
Since the season opener at home to Everton, Spurs have not tasted defeat domestically, from their only other loss coming at the hands of Antwerp in the Europa League.
On Thursday, Tottenham avenged the loss to the Belgian side to ensure they advanced as group winners to the knockout stages of the Europa League.
To take the momentum through a busy time of the campaign, Mourinho will search for his side.
In December, with victory over Arsenal in the North London Derby, they kicked off their domestic challenge and traveled to Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Mourinho’s Spurs take on champions Liverpool at Anfield after the meeting with the Eagles. Their pre-Christmas engagements end with a Leicester visit before an EFL Cup match with Stoke.