Rugby sevens coach Ben Ryan has been given three acres of land in Fiji after helping the Pacific nation to their first Olympic medal.
The English man led Fiji's side to gold with a 43-7 win over Great Britain in the final at the Rio Olympics.
The Fiji sevens team tweeted that Ryan had been given the land and a "chiefly name" at a ceremony in Serua.
Last week, the 43-year-old was awarded the Companion of the Order of Fiji, the highest honour in the country.
Ryan, who coached England's sevens side from 2007 to 2013, plans to step down as Fiji coach and said he had had almost 20 job offers.
A public holiday was declared on the day the team arrived home, with players taking part in a parade through the capital Suva.
Supporters lined the streets, cheering and waving flags, from Nadi International Airport to Prince Charles Park where close to 8000 fans greeted the team as they were officially welcomed home by the Fiji government.