David Ferrer saw off fellow Spaniard Nicolas Almagro in straight sets to win the Swedish Open final in Bastad.
Ferrer, the world number five, secured his fifth ATP title of the year - and second in Bastad after his triumph here in 2007 - as he cruised to a comfortable 6-2 6-2 win in just 68 minutes.
He joins Roger Federer as the only man to have won five ATP titles in 2012.
Ferrer said: "It has been the best season of my career, I have won five titles. I have never done this well and I am very happy for that.
"I am a better player than in 2007 when I won here."
On future goals he added: "I don't work to be in the top four. I work to be a better player and nothing else. I think the top four are amazing players, and they are better than everyone else at this moment. I don't think about the top four, I think about me and the top 10."
Two breaks of service in either set did the damage for Wimbledon quarter-finalist Ferrer, who faced just one break point in the match as a listless Almagro failed to threaten.
The defeat continued world number 10 Almagro's miserable record against Ferrer, which now stands at 11 losses in as many meetings.
The champion will now takes two days off before returning to grasscourts to practise for the Olympic tennis tournament, which begins on July 28.