Manchester City's players hit the town on Sunday night after their dramatic last-gasp win over Queens Park Rangers earned them their first top-flight title in 44 years.
Roberto Mancini joined his playing squad after Sergio Aguero's injury-time strike saw the Blues pip rivals Manchester United to the title on goal difference during a dramatic final day in the Barclays Premier League.
Joleon Lescott wore his winners medal around his neck and team-mates Owen Hargreaves - formerly of United - and Stuart Taylor could not be stopped celebrating, despite the fact they amassed just one Premier League appearance between them this season.
City captain Vincent Kompany posed with life-long supporters' Liam Gallagher and Ricky Hatton while
Gareth Barry was greeted by a man wearing a Bo Selecta mask as he sat in a bar which he didn't mind after City triumphed on probably the most dramatic day in Premier League history.
Captain Vincent Kompany admitted it had been a late night as he struggled to cope with his hangover.
He said: 'Struggling to remember what happened last night. Woke up with a medal around my neck. Been told the party was deeecent. Memo to myself: Next time you're Champion, drink less, dance more.'
In reply, Gael Clichy wrote: 'I'm feeling FRESH!!!!! What a night.'
Mario Balotelli, who came on as a second-half substitute in yesterday's win, was snapped away from the City squad, instead dining at his favourite haunt San Carlo restaurant, where he was said to have been given a standing ovation.