Diego Milito admits he is 'absolutely happy' after his brace crowned Inter Milan champions of Europe for the first time in 45 years.
Argentine striker Milito was at his clinical best as he scored a goal in each half as Inter beat Bayern Munich 2-0 in the UEFA Champions League final in the Santiago Bernabeu.
Milito's goals have been pivotal in Inter's successes this season as he also struck decisively to land the Serie A title and the Coppa Italia.
The former Genoa hit-man felt Inter deserved to overcome their German opponents and also dedicated the triumph to the club's president Massimo Moratti.
"It's an incredible happiness," Milito told Sky Italia immediately after the game.
"I'm happy for Inter. We aimed a lot for this cup. The president deserved it, too.
"I'm absolutely happy. I've always tried to struggle and to give my best.
"We deserve it, it's deserved by everyone."
Despite the stunning treble success for Inter this season, Milito was unable to give any guarantees about his long-term future as he prepares to head off to represent Argentina at the World Cup.
When asked if he would be staying, amid rumours Jose Mourinho will leave to take charge at Real Madrid, Milito replied: "I don't know.
"In football, anything is possible. We will see next season."