Let $(X, \omega)$ be a symplectic manifold of dimension $2n$ and $\omega$ is an exact symplectic form i.e. $\omega = -d\alpha$. Let furthermore $M \subset X$ be a compact Lagrangian submanifold such that $\alpha = 0$ of $TX|_{M}$. I am interested in the following questions:

Is there a unique polarisation defined on $X$ near $M$ which is transversal to $M$ and whose one form is $\alpha$ ? By polarisation I mean the following: A polarisation of a symplectic manifold $X$, with symplectic form $\omega$, is a smooth assignment of a Lagrangian subspace of $T_{x}X$ to each $x \in X$ in such a way that this assignment is integrable.

If 1. is true, is there a symplectic diffeomorpism $\Phi$ of a neigbourhood of $M$ is $X$ with a neigbourhood of $M$ in its cotangent bundle which carries the leaves of the polarisation into the standard cotangent fibration of $T^{*}M$ ?

Actually I know that these results are true. I would like to see the proof of them. Are there any references where I can look them up?