Argentina striker Carlos Tevez has inspired Boca Juniors to the Argentine Primera Division championship, his eighth league title in four countries.
Tevez re-signed for Boca in June after winning titles in Brazil, England and Italy with Corinthians, Manchester United, Manchester City and Juventus.
Boca won 11 of 14 matches after the 31-year-old returned to his boyhood club.
"I've won championships in many places but nothing compares with this," said Tevez, who also played for West Ham.
Boca were crowned champions with a match to spare as they beat Tigre 1-0 on Sunday.
After Tevez, who has 74 caps for his country, helped Boca claim the 2003 title, he had a league-winning spell with Corinthians.
A high-profile transfer to England with West Ham followed in the summer of 2006, before the forward moved on to Manchester United, Manchester City, and then Serie A side Juventus.
With United he won two Premier League titles and the Champions League, there was a third league crown with City, before he helped Juve lift the 2013 and 2014 Scudetto in Italy.
|Corinthians: 2005||Manchester City: 2012|
|Manchester United: 2008, 2009||Juventus: 2014, 2015|
|Boca Juniors: 2003, 2015|