Real Madrid manager, José Mourinho, has extended his contract with the club until 30th June 2016, confirmed the Liga champions on their official website today.
The Portuguese trainer came to Real Madrid two seasons ago and has since won the Copa del Rey and one league championship, as well as reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League two years in a row.
In his first season with the club, Mourinho's side won the Copa del Rey (King's Cup), something the club and the fans had been anxious to win after numerous years without a victory in the competition.
In his second season in charge, he led Real to league victory, setting a number of new records along the way.
The Portuguese manager is the first trainer in history to win league titles in England, Spain, Italy and Portugal.
He was already contracted to the club until 2014, but has today confirmed the extension of that contract until 2016.