Gerry Armstrong has backed Jose Mourinho to win more silverware at Real Madrid after he penned a contract extension at the Bernabeu.
Mourinho led Real to this term's La Liga crown, the club's first in four seasons, and has been rewarded by the Los Blancos hierarchy with a deal that stretches to the summer of 2016.
The 49-year-old has also claimed league and Champions League titles with Porto and Inter Milan, as well as the English top flight with Chelsea, and Armstrong does not see the Special One's winning formula abating any time soon.
"He does what his CV says he does; he guarantees you success," the former Mallorca player told Sky Sports News.
"He had won a Treble in Italy and won championships in Portugal and England. He wanted to win a championship in Spain and he's done it.
"Barcelona over the last three years have played the best football I have ever seen and to win the league title up against Pep Guardiola, Lionel Messi and co is a massive feat.
"I always thought he was going to out pen to paper especially now that Real have won La Liga.
"They have won with a record number of points , broke all sorts of records in terms of their goal-scoring, and it has just been a fantastic year for them - and they will want to continue that.
"He has spent a couple of years now assembling a great squad of players that are obviously going to go on and win more league titles, while they are looking at the Champions League as well.
"He wants more success and he has got the squad to do it. He will be going after everything."
Mourinho had a reported fall-out with Real players Iker Casillas and Sergio Ramos earlier in the campaign.
But Armstrong says any grievances have been forgotten and that the Portuguese enjoys the respect of everyone at the Bernabeu.
"The president [Florentino Perez] gave him complete support which I have never seen before, while he has got the players totally behind him; they love him," added Armstrong.
"You only have to see the celebration in the final game, against Mallorca, to see that. That [the spat earlier in the season] is all water under the bridge and they are looking for more titles at Real Madrid."