The 44-year-old, who took home the prize for 'Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical' at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards, revealed that he is excited about his win.
"This is [my] fourth nomination and first win," LeBlanc told Access Hollywood. "It's great."
The actor has admitted that he was shocked at being awarded a prize at Sunday (January 15) night's awards show.
LeBlanc went on to say that he cannot compare his current series with Friends.
"Friends was such a once in a lifetime thing," he said. "To be one of those six actors on that show was something I'll never forget as long as I live. Everything else, the rest of my career, I look at it as just gravy."
"I mean it's not supposed to get that good - ever - and it did," he added. "And now, the fact that I can go work on something else to make this happen? I can't wait to see my mum give her a big hug and say, 'Look at this!'"
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Watch Matt LeBlanc's Golden Globes acceptance speech below: