After distinguishing themselves last season in Italy, a 100% Parisian trio were honoured by the Italian Footballers' Association at the Camp des Loges last Thursday.
It was a special morning last Thursday in Saint-Germain en-Laye, the day after PSG's convincing Cup win over Toulouse (3-1).
In Paris' training centre, you could find Demetrio Albertini and Damiano Tommasi, two ex-Italian internationals who were part of La Squadra Azzurra's glory days.
Only in France for a couple of hours, the two Italians didn't come empty-handed, and in one of the Yvelines training centres halls, their arms loaded down with trophies, they handed out honours from the Associazione Italiana Calciator, the Italian Footballer's Association.
Two former AC Milan players were the first to be honoured: the duo of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva.
Serie A top scorer in season 2011-12 with 28 goals in the red and black stripes, the man who now wears the number ten shirt for Paris was named Attacker of the Year. No surprises there.
His teammate at Milan, Thiago Silva, was then named as the best defender in the Italian league.
But Demetrio Albertini and Damiano Tommasi weren't done, also recognising their compatriot Marco Verratti, who received his own distinction.
Named the Best Young Player in Serie B, the ex-Pescara midfielder must have realised how far he has come in the last few months, from Italy's Serie B to Paris Saint-Germain, earning a first national team cap along the way.
So, hats off to the trio of neo-Parisians, hoping that they will soon be lifting many more trophies with their new club on this side of the Alps..