For the first time in his long managerial career, Moyes got his hands on silverware, and the Scottish manager celebrated this achievement with the most important man in his life.

For the first time in his managerial career, David Moyes has won a major trophy, and the Scottish tactician celebrated this brilliant achievement in the classiest of manners.

The 60-year-old boss led his West Ham side on Wednesday for their highly-anticipated UEFA Europa Conference League final against Fiorentina. Not only did this game give Moyes a shot at silverware, but it gave the Hammers the brilliant opportunity to end their 43-year wait for silverware.

And both the manager and club achieved their goal by triumphing 2-1 over the Serie A outfit, with Said Benrahma scoring the opener courtesy of a penalty before Jarrod Bowen grabbed the winner in the 90th minute after La Viola equalized in the 67th minute.

It wasn't a brilliant performance from the London outfit but it was enough to see them win the competition as Declan Rice and Co. held out for the final few minutes to lift the UEFA Europa Conference League trophy. As a result, the West Ham players, and their manager in particular, were ecstatic following the full-time whistle.

While everyone isn't a West Ham fan, Moyes won over the Internet with his full-time celebrations after sharing this unforgettable moment with an important man in his life: his 87-year-old father. The former Manchester United boss was spotted sharing a warm embrace with his pops before bestowing David Sr. with his UEFA Europa Conference League winners medal. Check out this heartwarming moment in the clip below.

This is a befitting ending to what has been a rough season for Moyes. The Scottish tactician was on the brink of being sacked a few months ago due to West Ham's relegation battle. However, the experienced manager eventually steered the London heavyweights clear of the danger zone before guiding them to European silverware in what was his 1,097th game in management.