Former Chelsea boss has tentatively named his Real Madrid side as the best of his career.
Ancelotti has laid claim to three league titles - one each in Italy, France and England - also possessing two domestic cup victories and a pair of Champions League titles for his efforts.
There’s seemingly no end to the list of stars the 54-year-old has counted as amongst his charges, with Kaka, Frank Lampard, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ronaldo all in their primes coming to mind first and foremost.
From a team perspective, one would be hard pressed to pick out the deepest of the talented squads Ancelotti has guided from the touchline.
But the 54-year-old has divulged which of his rosters he believes takes top honours above all others - even in admitting choosing is a subjective process.
“This [Real Madrid side] may be the most complete team I’ve ever coached,” he said ahead of Los Blancos' European encounter against an already well-beaten Schalke on Tuesday.
“It’s difficult to draw comparisons with the past.
“I’ve had a lot of quality teams but this one has experience, youth, character and personality.”
Ancelotti’s Real firmly have one foot in the Champions League quarter-finals at present, also sitting atop La Liga and awaiting the Copa del Rey final next month - so are in with an excellent chance at the treble this term.
The ex-Roma player’s one-time Milan and Chelsea outfits may well take exception to the coach’s admission, but with the Spanish giants conquering all in their path thus far, history - and Ancelotti’s finest season to date - may well be on the horizon.
And with a treble to his name at the Santiago Bernabeu, the assessment of the former Stamford Bridge boss would be almost impossible to argue with.