The Frenchman, who arrived from Monaco in a £50 million deal in 2017, has been plagued by injuries and inconsistent form during his time in English football.
Joao Cancelo and Oleksandr Zinchenko have both been ahead of him in the pecking order at left-back this term, but with 12 Premier League appearances this season Mendy has qualified for another winners medal.
It means the former Marseille man averages a title every 16 appearances in the league for City.
When you consider he's also won the World Cup and two Carabao Cups with minimal contribution, it really is quite the record for the 26-year-old.
And one he's well aware of; immediately taking to Twitter after City were crowned champions again following Leicester City's 2-1 win at Old Trafford.
Mendy could yet add the Champions League to his incredible trophy cabinet if City emerge victorious in the all-English final with Chelsea on 29 May.
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