The City manager won the award because he led the Sky Blues to all three points and no goals against in November.
City beat Watford, Blackburn Rovers, and Queens Park Rangers, three of the top seven teams in the league at the time. They also beat Wigan Athletic at the Coventry Building Society Arena.
The Sky Blues moved up to 12th in the Championship after winning four games in a row. At the beginning of the month, they were in the relegation zone.
After getting the award, the head of City said:
“I am delighted to accept this award on behalf of all of the staff and the players, whose hard work and efforts have earned this recognition. “After a difficult start to the season, we got back into playing games regularly again and started to build momentum and confidence and got the results that our performances warranted. “To win four out of four games during November showed the improvements we made – beginning with a hard-fought win over Blackburn and a tremendous away victory at Watford, followed by the home wins over Wigan Athletic and Queens Park Rangers, when we put in a fantastic all-round performance ahead of the World Cup break. “Everyone at the Club can be proud of their part in this award being presented to us, as can our supporters who play a huge role both home and away in creating a brilliant atmosphere and spurring us on.”